Sunday, February 13, 2005

leave your message after the tone

Need to contact me?

Want to ask me a question?

Just feel like saying "HI!"

Well, now you can. I have signed up with a service called eVoice. They give you a voice mail number, that people can call, and the messages show up as e-mail attachments. And it works, I tried it.

Pretty Cool.

My eVoice, voice mail number is 1-320-210-1943, and if you would like to drop me a line, feel free. Maybe I will start up my harmless advice, advice column again...

If you would like to get your own voicemail number, just check out and they will hook you up. It is totally free, so check it out.

The same company does something called eFax too, but I haven't tried it yet.


  1. Woah, that's pretty cool. Anyways, thanks for stoppin by and talking to me on Friday! It was too bad that I didn't get to talk to you more, but I enjoyed catching up! Hope you're having a great weekend.

  2. Thanks Stephanie!

    It was really good to see you too.

    I wish I would have had more time to hear how you were doing. Try out my voice mail sometime... drop me a line, say hi!

  3. Well, I have had at least one very interesting Voice Mail today.

  4. Just one interesting message?


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