All these services require an email adress. Fair enough - since
an occasion may arise where they have a legitimately need to communicate
with you (new services, equipment down, url changes, etc.) But
don't just give them your primary email address! Instead, use
a personal ISP, or see my list of Free Email Services.
While I have received very little spam (with the possible exception of
of Geocites), I prefer to keep hobby pages totally divorced from
each other. Consider a dedicated email address for each project.
This is a handy way to segrate email if you subscribe, like I do, to any
of the excellent and FREE services
by Philip Greenspun, such as Uptime,
Loquacious, BooHoo, or Clickthrough.net and allows you to treat
email address as 'disposible.'
2 character state prefix/xx characters
|5 MB||ftp.angelfire.com/incoming then must login & move files to home. NEW you can now upload one file at a time directly to you home directory.||No .mov files|
"neighborhood," "street" & 4 digit address
UNIX style names
|11 MBemail@example.com||only 1-level of subdirectories allowed|
up to 24 characters
|12 MB||no ftp access yet|