Category Archives: email

Yummy.

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Yummy.
The mythological Apple Tablet. I want one real bad.

Microsoft Now Even More Irrelevant.

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Microsoft Now Even More Irrelevant.
Click the pic to see the full-size render of the Google Wave inbox. Looking at this, it’s easy to see the web app platform really evolving mainstream software interactivity and delivery. John Gage at Sun Microsystems famously said “The Network Is The Computer” back in the day — here’s a wonderful example of what he [...]

Email Standards Project.

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Email Standards Project.
The Email Standards Project is about working with email client developers and the design community to improve web standards support and accessibility in email. The project was formed out of frustration with the inconsistent rendering of HTML emails in major email clients. UPDATE – Microsoft is listening!  Take a look – it sounds as though [...]

Facebook’s Flaw: Humans.

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Facebook’s Flaw: Humans.
Great article on the nuances of social networking, titled How Your Creepy Ex-Co-Workers Will Kill Facebook, by Cory Doctorow (co-author of the Boing Boing blog)… Facebook is no paragon of virtue. It bears the hallmarks of the kind of pump-and-dump service that sees us as sticky, monetizable eyeballs in need of pimping. The clue is [...]

Best Spam Ever.

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Best Spam Ever.
There are so many things about this one that I love. Click it to see full size. Trouser python? Moons of Saturn? His/her Royal Highness will attend, so I guess it’s all good. Don’t despond, order Megadik today. - main opposition leader.

Too old for MySpace?

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Too old for MySpace?
Everyone likes to belong, and that is one of the powerful forces of the Internet. Where once your service provider was your identifying online “community,” today’s equivalents are online social networks like Second Life, Facebook, MySpace and Bebo. What’s a career-minded grown-up to do amid such Internet playgrounds? [read more] from International Herald Tribune

Apple’s $3000 iPhone.

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Apple’s $3000 iPhone.
By Sinead Carew Tue Jun 26, 4:11 PM ET NEW YORK (Reuters) – Apple Inc. said on Tuesday its hotly anticipated iPhone could cost as much as $3,000 with a required two-year service contract, but a handful of eager fans still lined up early to spend their money. A small clutch of gadget enthusiasts staked [...]