GINA is the new most popular 'mains' of 1 email account

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by bicomplex, Jan 10, 2008.

  1. bicomplex

    bicomplex Guest

    It was already mainstream that the form of the default email account
    was most of the time with just 4 chars.
    'info' is still the most popular. Most popular still than 'mail',
    'main', and so on... Now, the new popular form of the first 4 chars of
    the default account of a domain name is coming, and is gaining
    momentum, 'GINA'.

    Say it, 'GINA', like in the word vagina but put the symbol only
    thereafter.
    Hope, this helps everyone that reads emails, IT mags, likes source new
    things news and does some sort of programming.

    Cheers,
    Daniel Alexandre

    " Man is but a monkey that cannot learn from monkeys." - Danny Alleaind
    bicomplex, Jan 10, 2008
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