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Getting Your Own Email

Started this discussion. Last reply by Beowulf87 Apr 7, 2011. 38 Replies

Is Fiction Female?

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jack Donovan Aug 27, 2009. 2 Replies

 

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Beowulf87 replied to Jack Donovan's discussion Getting Your Own Email
"Agreed."
Apr 7, 2011
Native Son replied to Jack Donovan's discussion Getting Your Own Email
"...but do we have to call you "Shirley"?"
Apr 6, 2011
Stephen replied to Jack Donovan's discussion Getting Your Own Email
"And it helps if you have something pithy and easily typed. You might have to read it out eventually."
Apr 6, 2011
James L replied to Jack Donovan's discussion Getting Your Own Email
"Just thought it humorously ironic... :-)"
Apr 6, 2011
Jack Bauer replied to Jack Donovan's discussion Getting Your Own Email
"I actually thought of that as I typed it.  Exceptions, exceptions.  Not even my real name, actually, so I'm not sure it qualifies.   JB"
Apr 6, 2011
James L replied to Jack Donovan's discussion Getting Your Own Email
"Says the guy who signs off with his initials....   :-P    "
Apr 6, 2011
Jack Bauer replied to Jack Donovan's discussion Getting Your Own Email
"I've noticed that a lot of female IRS agents do the same thing with the initials.  It actually isn't as helpful in masking gender as you might think -- almost everybody that uses initials instead of a first name is…"
Apr 6, 2011
James L replied to Jack Donovan's discussion Getting Your Own Email
"The good names are taken at the main sites like A-O-Hell, Gmail, Yahoo and such...   EVERY person should have a professional email address that is clearly your name.. such as first name dot last name at gmail.com.   Cutesy or clever crap…"
Apr 6, 2011
Penelope replied to Jack Donovan's discussion Getting Your Own Email
"Before my present job, all my e-mail addresses were genderless, either silly with no reference to my name (for use only with friends, of course), or using my first initials with my last name rather than my full first name. If I were to publish…"
Apr 6, 2011
Stephen replied to Jack Donovan's discussion Getting Your Own Email
"I used Messenger back in school and we were strongly advised not to use your name as your email address (pedophiles could smell it or something). I imagine a lot of people are in that situation."
Apr 6, 2011
Stephen replied to Jack Donovan's discussion Getting Your Own Email
"I've only ever contacted aol.com addresses for work reasons and I don't work in IT so you can be good at your job and simultaneously just not care about the ipad. An aol address to me generally indicates someone very established in their…"
Apr 6, 2011
Stephen replied to Jack Donovan's discussion Getting Your Own Email
"I think there's no excuse to have the front half of an email at least resemble your name, even if the second half is a free email provider.   Annoyingly my first@last.common-tld or me@firstlast.common-tld are all squatted and it would be…"
Apr 6, 2011
Leroy Danel replied to Jack Donovan's discussion Getting Your Own Email
"On the subject of strange email addresses, I think a lot of people confused email with usernames and end up picking something which doesn't exactly scream 'respectable individual' to potential employers. I wonder if that's a…"
Apr 6, 2011
Paul_of_TX replied to Jack Donovan's discussion Getting Your Own Email
"I still use a yahoo address. I don't have any negative thoughts about any emails except for aol. I know there are some who ridicule everyone who does not have a gmail address or whatever the latest fad is but I don't do that."
Apr 6, 2011
Paul_of_TX replied to Jack Donovan's discussion Getting Your Own Email
"I don't recall ever mentioning anything about aim only aol. I don't know if aim stands for AOL Instant Messaging or not but I was only talking about @aol addresses. The only reason I look down on them is because the majority of the people…"
Apr 6, 2011
Patrick Smith replied to Jack Donovan's discussion Getting Your Own Email
"I am very attached to my old hotmail address which I have had for 15 years now. Liverpoolpaddy@hotmail.com - perhaps not the best thing to give to prospective employers but I have a little-used one that I keep for official purposes."
Apr 6, 2011

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The Spearhead - Online Magazine for Men

Posted on October 23, 2009 at 11:30am 5 Comments

I've been contributing recently to an online magazine called "The Spearhead."



http://www.the-spearhead.com/



There may be some crossover with interests of some of the posters here, though I doubt it will appeal to everyone. It tends to be both anti-feminist and focuses often on "game," which is, as far as I can gather, what one poster called "successful masculinity." A lot of the contributors seem to be men who have been screwed… Continue

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At 8:47pm on October 23, 2009, Jess said…
Happy Birthday, Jack.
At 11:18am on October 23, 2009, asa c mcguire said…
Happy Birthday! Hope it is a great one Jack
At 8:27am on September 2, 2009, Brett McKay said…
Your books look very interesting, Jack. I'll have to read them sometime.
At 9:35pm on September 1, 2009, Brett McKay said…
Thank you sir. I've been enjoying you contributions to the forums. Lots of great stuff. What was your site about?
At 10:50am on July 25, 2009, thehuhman said…
Welcome to the AoM Community. We're glad you're here.
 
 
 

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