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just because its relatively new and i could register my firstname.lastname@example.org if I should ever want to switch accounts.
What I'd really like is just to have email@example.com - but in a super user friendly system like gmail. Can this be done?
Maybe with Smeemail though?
How does one get into a situation whereby they "own their own domain"?
The other three people in the world with my name that I'm aware of through idle myspace/facebook searching have got in there first and I AM NOT HAPPY
I'm on it
to go with the .co.uk and .net I already had.
The previous namesake owner was a seemingly successful graphic designer but had let the domain registration expire. Hope he's ok.
Sourcing info on, and sussing out, the dodgy closed auction procedure for buying expired domains was an eye opener.
that comes out.
I think I've still got about a dozen followers on Twitter, despite never having tweeted or followed anyone else.
is that it now?
i thought hotmail was ugly...
is taken up by people registering emails in their own name that never get used. between this and checking the dates on bread you lot are causing global warming
Came in handy when I got Windows 8 on my computer, as that's the login for it.
Also, each Outlook account gets you 7gb of SkyDrive, and you can get as many accounts as you want. Link them all together so you don't have to log in and out, and you have tons of online storage.
I found that out by accident when my old Hotmail account became an Outlook account - with 7gb of free storage. So now I just have a bunch of accounts chained together like a Capri towing a bunch of Transit vans.