Just curious, I have a few, but giving them away is not really what this is about, I thought that everyone who really really wanted an account had found one? Am I wrong and simply wrapped up in my own world? I sometimes wonder if the user base of Gmail vs. the number of active accounts is better or worse than a service like Hotmail or mailblocks (now owned by AOL, natch). I wonder how many gmail accounts are lookie loos, gmail drive users, etc...
Yes, sure, I could go and find out, but that would mean driving to work and stuff.
This random post brought to you by the letter C and my left speaker's tweeter, whom I call 'Tom'. Maybe I shouldn't post this early in the morning.
Oh, also, Catwoman played on the plane from Atlanta to Sacramento, and all I gotta say is this after suffering through the first 45 minutes on it before disconnecting the headphones desperate for non-suckage: "What? Who greenlighted this stuff? Do they really think the movie going public is that stupid." Then I notice that the movie made 40m which I think maybe covers the catering costs for the film, but for me is a lot of scheckels. It makes me think that all the advertising blitzes in the world can't save a bad movie from sucking, either. It isn't even a laughably bad movie, it goes stright past bad to embarassing, lame, pitiful and then pathetic. Who knows, maybe it became a really good movie after I stopped watching it, maybe, just maybe, there is a universe where Catwoman is really good, and maybe, just maybe, I'm a chinese jet pilot.
It does make me think I should write screenplays, as the quality bar is a bit, shall we say, low. I know that I can do equally as bad. (note I didn't say better or worse, as that likely doesn't matter).