I’m a person who surfs a lot. And sometimes, there are websites that require us to key in our email address during registration. It’s kind of hard differentiate which site to trust and which not to. Trust as in keeping your email to themselves after registering and not make money out of it by selling it to others.
My hobby is surfing the web. And sometimes, I’m required by certain websites to enter my information before I can proceed further. Whether if it is just to view an article or to download a file, the email is usually required. Because of that, I get more than 30 spams daily in my inbox. Luckily Gmail knows how to filter most of the spam but there are still some which gets through into my inbox.
Now, I have DigitalSanctuary to thank. They came up with a temporary web based inbox generator where anyone can just create an inbox-ready email address for 10 minutes. Moreover it’s web based and so it’s OS independent. Just click on “Get my 10 Minute Mail e-mail address.” and you got it. If time is needed, you can extend it for an extra 10 minutes by clicking on the link provided.
Great, isn’t it? Now we can reduce spam that comes through our emails. =)
10 Minute Mail
When spam avoidance is priority
Let me see.. I first had the urge to register a domain name since university but didn’t know how. I always thought that I needed a credit card to purchase one online. Later, I found out that there were a lot of domain registrars out there who do bank transfers as well. That was the birth of my 1st homepage, famouschris.com. I wanted the domain chris.com but it was already taken. I learned that most common names are usually unavailable. At the time, I was on my table eating a packet of Famous Amos cookies, and thus the name famouschris. Funny, isn’t it?
Anyways, I used to use these 2 sites to search for domain names.
No doubt they generated the results that I wanted but it’s kind of slow when you’re trying word by word for it. Usually it’s a two step process. Entering the word and pressing enter.
Guess what? I found a cooler site where the results are shown the second you type in an alphabet! Cool stuff! It shows the 6 common top level domain names which are .com, .net, .org, .info, .biz, .us. Wanna register a domain name of your own? Then check this website out!
Just key in the word and see the results!
Hi guys. 50 free gmail invite will be given away to the first 50 comments to this particular post. No strings attached. Absolutely free. I guess gmail has been generous enough to bless me with these invites to bless others. So hurry, leave your email and name below this post and the free cool email account is all yours. I’ll take at most 24 hours to send the invite over. Have fun!