Gee. No…Gmail!

Thanks to my adopted daughter Kat, I am now one of the cool kids with a gmail account. Just in time for Father’s Day!

I’ll leave it up to you to guess what the account name is. Just remember that “Solonor” is not exactly a common name… not likely to be taken already, if you know what I’m sayin’?

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12 Responses to Gee. No…Gmail!

  1. Hey Lisa says:

    ConGratulations! 😉

  2. Kat says:

    Shhh, I have 4 more. First come first serve. 😉
    Email me…lol

  3. trish says:

    I’m jealous. I want one 🙁

  4. Kat says:

    Ask and ye shall receive on first come first serve. 🙂

  5. Linkmeister says:

    Will someone please explain how/why there are so many of these invitations floating around suddenly? When Gmail was first announced there were bloody auctions on EBay, and now you can’t swing a cat (apologies to cat cohabitants) without seeing someone offering them up.

    Meanwhile, I, who have maxed out my allotted number of Google News alerts, thus proving my allegiance to the engine-of-choice, have received no such invitation. Where did I go wrong?

  6. Kat says:

    Linkmeister, took a stab at your email. Hope I got it right. 🙂

  7. Jenni says:

    Kat shared with me, too. 🙂 The GMail, that is. Stop thinking dirty. You know you are.

  8. Dave says:

    Troops abroad have a real use for these accounts. Loved ones can send them movies or photos from home and they don’t have to worry about having to delete things. –

  9. Kat says:

    Dave, I have many more invites and have offered them to the troops and no one has asked for them at all. 🙁

  10. PromoGuy says:

    OK, now I admit I have been living under a rock the last month or so, but what is up with having to be invited to use Google email?

    I tell ya, things move fast online these days. I’ve never felt so out of the loop!

  11. Kat (thanks for the invite!!), you dropped by and no one has responded asking for an invite? (Maybe it’s just because they got innundated with invites – and now they’re trying to make sure that the invites go to soldiers who are stationed in hotspots.)

    Of course, that’s all just a guess on my part.

  12. Kat says:

    Yup that’s where I went and no one asked for any. I still have plenty so if they do, I can give them away but so far no takers from the troops.

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