pokharel at fas.harvard.edu
Thu Oct 30 07:57:59 EDT 2008
As a solution to the usernames issue, I like Cornell's system. They take
your initials, and tack on a number afterwards.
I would be "ppXX at college.harvard.edu" You keep incrementing the IDs, so you
will not hit duplicates in basically ever. The email addresses are short. I
saw someone in the crimson complaining about email usernames "de-humanizing"
people, and this would certainly fit the bill, but it definitely sounds much
better than the horrendous "prabhas_pokharel09 at college.harvard.edu".
2008/10/30 Zak Stone <zstone at gmail.com>
> Seems reasonable. Haven't tried slicehost, but I've had good luck with
> On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 2:09 AM, Ivan Krsti=E6
> <krstic at solarsail.hcs.harvard.edu> wrote:
> > On Oct 30, 2008, at 1:53 AM, Zak Stone wrote:
> >> p.s. Of course, if you care about privacy, you should run your own
> >> mail server instead of using Gmail
> > It's a fairly common practice for the security- and privacy-conscious,
> > especially in the age of $20/mo Xen slices ala slicehost.com.
> > --
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