What your email address says about you


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26 Responses to What your email address says about you

  1. I've got a gmail and an aol. It's like aol is my alter ego. Average joe by day, ignoramus by night.

  2. I’ve got a gmail and an aol. It’s like aol is my alter ego. Average joe by day, ignoramus by night.

  3. So what if you have your own domain(s) and a gmail? Does that mean you open up the router with a screw driver after rebooting to fix it?

  4. So what if you have your own domain(s) and a gmail? Does that mean you open up the router with a screw driver after rebooting to fix it?

  5. I have one of everything except my own domain. Does that mean that I'm just unwilling to delete anything?

  6. I have one of everything except my own domain. Does that mean that I’m just unwilling to delete anything?

  7. I have an address at my own domain, a domain I work for, and a gmail account. I have a yahoo account I abandoned a few years ago. I tried hotmail for a few days and hated it. Never had anything to do with AOL, but my aunt has an aol address. She's the only one who still sends me forwards.

  8. I have an address at my own domain, a domain I work for, and a gmail account. I have a yahoo account I abandoned a few years ago. I tried hotmail for a few days and hated it. Never had anything to do with AOL, but my aunt has an aol address. She’s the only one who still sends me forwards.

  9. I've got addresses with all those domain, I use them for different purposes. I still don't have an adress with my own domain because I think that might be too expensive for me.

  10. I’ve got addresses with all those domain, I use them for different purposes. I still don’t have an adress with my own domain because I think that might be too expensive for me.

  11. This is frighteningly accurate.

    And Dave, I have been known to pry the back off a misbehaving piece of hardware and go at it with a solder gun. :)

  12. This is frighteningly accurate.

    And Dave, I have been known to pry the back off a misbehaving piece of hardware and go at it with a solder gun. :)

  13. Actually, I still use my old hotmail adress. It still has a cute 'leet' factor to it : it's a "hotmail.com", from back when "hotmail.fr" didn't exist (and when you weren't automatically redirected to hotmail.fr when creating).

    Also it's …kind of cool to have a simple and/or generic @hotmail or @aol I guess. Means you were among the firsts !

    …or maybe it's just an excuse for me not having the courage to leave it to die :s

  14. Actually, I still use my old hotmail adress. It still has a cute ‘leet’ factor to it : it’s a “hotmail.com”, from back when “hotmail.fr” didn’t exist (and when you weren’t automatically redirected to hotmail.fr when creating).

    Also it’s …kind of cool to have a simple and/or generic @hotmail or @aol I guess. Means you were among the firsts !

    …or maybe it’s just an excuse for me not having the courage to leave it to die :s

  15. I'm with Dave on this. And the answer is yes…

    I have to say that is scarily accurate when checking my friends addresses!

  16. I’m with Dave on this. And the answer is yes…

    I have to say that is scarily accurate when checking my friends addresses!

  17. What if you have one (or more) of each? And have all your gmail and yahoo mail forwarded to your lame-o aol account because you've had that aol account since the dawn of time and actually kinda like it?

  18. What if you have one (or more) of each? And have all your gmail and yahoo mail forwarded to your lame-o aol account because you’ve had that aol account since the dawn of time and actually kinda like it?

  19. I am very skilled with computers and i have used Yahoo for 7 years. I do have a Gmail account but only use it for igoogle