Corporate E-mail Address Mistakes
One of my friends buys available website domain names after he's been drinking. It'll probably make him rich. Another of my friends keeps his eye out for multi-national companies that make the mistake of offering their customers free e-mail addresses through their website. You don't see this too often now that powerhouses like Gmail offer so much more than those old crappy POP mail accounts, but when you see it you need to pounce if you want the good e-mail addresses. When Corona or Jack Daniels give you the chance to send and receive e-mails with "@corona.com" or "@jackdaniels.com" at the end of your address, you want to reserve "amateurcasting," "contaminatedbeer," and "contest" as soon as possible.