Don’t use your domain-based e-mail for site-registration
Editor’s Note: This post does not mean you cannot use your domain-based e-mail to register on Webcomics.com — especially for Returning Members. Rather, it’s a general, all-purpose piece of advice about Web safety.
When Phillip Hofer, the man who created Comic Easel and co-created ComicsPress, gives me a technology tip, I take it to heart. And this one kinda took me back.
“Do not use personal domains to register for Web sites,” he warned me, “use GMail [or an equivalent].”
The content you are trying to access is only available to members.