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Act Now Or, When You Die, Your Secret Love Letters Will Belong To Google
BY STAN ALCORN, fastcoexist.com
Gmail’s recent policy changes that let you designate someone to control your account after you’re gone is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the confusing issues around who can access your online life once you pass away.
After you die, the…
How to Get the Gmail Address You Want
Chelsea Stark, mashable.com
1. Display Density
2. Button Labels
3. No Markers
5. Move Icons
8. High Contrast
9. Google Docs Gadget
10. Right-Side Chat
11. Undo Send
So, you were looking for a great alternative to Apple’s Mail.app on OS X and iOS and stumbled upon Sparrow. It was fast, handled mail in a comfortable and familiar Gmail fashion, and was full featured. It was all good until you heard th…
Goodbye Sparrow: 8 Alternatives to Sparrow for Email
Gmail Facelift: New Features of Gmail
Steve Dotto, lifehack.org
Google is taking dead aim at Web 2.0 services like Dropbox as they expand the capabilities of Google Drive and integrate it more tightly with their other services like Gmail.
There is a new refined Gmail compose screen, which opens the door to…
RT @lifehackorg: Gmail Facelift: New Features of Gmail – http://flip.it/zyhPL by @dottotech @google @gmail http://flip.it/7RCx8
Xobni | Your smarter address book is waiting..
This looks like a great way to leverage and organize, visualize your email (the world’s most popular KM system of all). Too bad it’s only made for the lame Outlook email and not for Gmail, Apple Mail etc. etc.
Spam Arrest – Take Control of Your Inbox®.
use this for private emails
Ed Brill – CIO Blogs/Ben Worthen – I´m violating our corporate email policy…and I love it!.
Dear Abby: I am seriously sick of Lotus notes and would like to use Gmail for ALL of my email (work/play) however I am strapped to the corporate infrastructure. PLEASE HELP!
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