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Maybe I just have really geeky friends, but I had a hard time deciding which ones to give my 2 free invites to, and they were extremely grateful. I'm looking forward to getting more invites, and I know my friends are, too.
I know a little bit about sleaze from living here in the UK, perhaps I can share a thought on this topic with you all.
If the practice is sleazy or not?
It is certainly absolutely as sleazy as you think it is :-)
Boring or topical you decide. y/n answers on a postcard to ebay.com please :-)
OT: sleaze apparent brought down a government here.
While interesting i'm already not a fan. Takes some getting used to and i don't like being reminded all the time to try this and that or if i'm bored to read some google news or read some ads that show alongside my emails
.. gmail to abuse others' intellectual property ...
Well, they don't, but it's been argued about for quite a while :P
Makes some good reading.
What I think is just a little silly is that they're selling for upwards of $150! That's got to be the most expensive free e-mail account ever! Presumably these are being purchased by those among us with rather more money than sense ;)
Can't wait 'til Gmail's ready for the rest of us non-invitees.
I find it somewhat ironic that people who feel it is perfectly ok for gmail to abuse others' intellectual property have some problem with people auctioning gmail invites.
I'm almost afraid to ask how this is even vaguely related. But instead, I'll simply say... oh man, not again! :D
Presumably these are being purchased by those among us with rather more money than sense
On that note...
I'd like to invite someone to use a totally free email service! It's the latest and greatest! Pay me $200 and find out how to sign up for your very own MSN account today!
Hmmmm.... No takers?
Ok, how about a trade for a Gmail invite? Still no?
Oh well. Guess I'll wait with the masses for free Gmail because I haven't received my invite yet. (Sigh)