…is something I never ever thought I would do. However as a longtime Oddpost subscriber and user, I’m hanging out for that invite to the Yahoo mail beta built by the Oddpost guys. SiliconBeat says: [quote] So when does this roll-out? Oddpost account-holders and heavy Yahoo Mail users will be among the first to try […]
I’m not sure if these are still as coveted as they once were, but I have a couple (well, four to be more precise) of GMail invites to give away. 10 points if you can find my email and manage to send me a request.
It seems that I’m not the only one who is furiously pumping GMail invites through the isnoop invite spooler. This guy is getting the same behaviour: basically when I empty my 6 invites, I get 6 more within a couple of days max, but usually within minutes. I’m guessing that Google are using the invite […]
So, who actually reads this stuff then? I have devised a quick test to find out: there’s a GMail invite available to whoever gives the most interesting reason why they need one (or plain grovels the most). Comment away! Or send me an email if you’re too boring to post in the comments.
I posted a comment about GMail on slashdot recently. The main gist of the comment was that I was largely unimpressed with GMail, and saw it as at most a version 0.4-ish beta as opposed to the 0.9-ish that a lot of people seem to be raving about. One of the items I pointed out […]