8 thoughts on “Microsoft opens live domains site

  1. Hi Rob,

    I know this post is old, but I came upon it while looking for other information on Live.com.

    I have to say that all of these service offerings that the Big Three are ramping up is getting me pretty excited. It’s been a number of years now that I’ve had the idea that while the computer may change, the user does not, and providing a persistent space for ubiquitous productivity is just the thing people (read: I) need.

    Anyway, I am not a Microsoftie, a “Googlie,” or a Yahooligan; rather, I am just looking for a reliable company to provide integrated services. I used to use my Hotmail account as a throw-away account for subscribing to contests and the like, but these days the spam filter, white lists, anti-virus, integration with Messenger, and customized pages like My MSN, it’s starting to become what I’ve been hoping for all along. With Domains.live.com, I can now use my “other” e-mail in the same manner and get all these great distributed, integrated services.

    Cool.

  2. Hi Rob,

    I know this post is old, but I came upon it while looking for other information on Live.com.

    I have to say that all of these service offerings that the Big Three are ramping up is getting me pretty excited. It’s been a number of years now that I’ve had the idea that while the computer may change, the user does not, and providing a persistent space for ubiquitous productivity is just the thing people (read: I) need.

    Anyway, I am not a Microsoftie, a “Googlie,” or a Yahooligan; rather, I am just looking for a reliable company to provide integrated services. I used to use my Hotmail account as a throw-away account for subscribing to contests and the like, but these days the spam filter, white lists, anti-virus, integration with Messenger, and customized pages like My MSN, it’s starting to become what I’ve been hoping for all along. With Domains.live.com, I can now use my “other” e-mail in the same manner and get all these great distributed, integrated services.

    Cool.

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