On Tue, 2009-09-01 at 23:27 -0400, Andrew Del Vecchio wrote: > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > Hash: SHA1 > > Ted Smith wrote: > > On Tue, 2009-09-01 at 22:43 -0400, DM wrote: > >> On Sep 1, 2009, at 10:36 PM, grarpamp wrote: > >> > >>>> I've had the same experience. A $10 "pay as you go" phone > >>> $10? Really? Which one and where? I see $20++ current models > >>> often, and some $15 tmo nokia 1208's still on clearance. > >>> > >>>> works wonders for this. > >>> Sure, unless you: - Don't want to spend money. - Don't feel > >>> like giving away your location to cell towers and databases. - > >>> Want to create more than one email account... because they'd > >>> all tie back to that phone and appear to google as related. - > >>> Don't want to give up your voiceprint, credit card, address, > >>> ssn, etc if it's required to activate cell. - Don't want to buy > >>> one phone per google account. - Don't want multiple new > >>> accounts popping up in say Dallas, TX that may or may not have > >>> your lingual, contact and click patterns. - Etc, etc. > >>> > >>> Google just doesn't seem to be a cool company in general > >>> anymore. And if they've enabled SMS requirement for regular > >>> would be users non-tor internet connection, what a huge foot > >>> shooting that would be. > >> > >> Don't use Gmail. > >> > > Instead, use... > > dude you are using gmail, at least allegedly :) I'm sorry if I was unclear. I meant my statement as a question, namely: "If we are not to use GMail, what mail service should we instead use?"
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