I agree... having an email address containing Hotmail, Google, Yahoo, Excite, mac.com, msn.com or anything other than your own company or personal web site name is kind of amateur and lowers the credibility anyway... so a Spymac one is no different, IMO.<br><br>It's really a question of personal use vs. business use. All of the options are perfectly acceptable for "personal use" but I wouldn't use any of them for business.<br><br><br> My uptime is longer than yours, therefore my e-penis is longer.
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