Yohanes Santoso wrote:
> 

[snip]

> I feel sad that email addresses in this age of cyberspace are still
> treated as if it is as expensive as a phone number. They are cheap,
> dirt cheap.
> 
> Imagine this: work / yourname.yourdomain, friend / yourname.yourdomain,
> ruby-talk / yourname.yourdomain, newegg / yourname.yourdomain.
> 
> If your organisation is still in the backwater, giving you only one
> email address, instead of a sub-domain, that's OK. That's just for
> work, right? 
> 
> OTOH, for your personal life, you can get a subdomain for free from
> various dyndns providers, and start churning out email addresses.
> 
> I am doing this. And I notice one other member in the this mailing
> list is also doing this. Come on, we are geeks here. Revolution starts
> from us outwards.

I like the way you think, Yohanes. But the problemn is: How do you then
manage all of those email accounts? When you look for something that
someone mailed you, how do you ever find it?


Hal