I have some gmail invites
18th June 2004
I have four gmail invites left. The first four people to leave a comment with their email address can have them (put it in the email field and fill in a URL as well if you’re worried about spam harvesters—the email won’t be displayed but I’ll still have access to it). No random gift or good deed necessary—consider it a “thank you” for reading.
In related news, Adrian’s Python gmail export script is really rather neat.
Update: They all went in under 15 minutes! To avoid being bombarded with requests, I’ll state now that I have no plans of handing out any more in this manner. Still, it was a fun way of drawing some of the lurkers out of hiding.
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