I need coffee.
I need coffee.
2004 was so fetch.
Gmail services were partially restored to some Chinese users after a four-day outage.
You need to diversify your emoticons.
These hacks will save your life. Or at least your job.
Have you just made a big mistake? It needn’t be.
No email must be left unread. NO EMAIL MUST BE LEFT UNREAD.
BCC saves lives. Or at least your sanity.
No one took ownership of Google Reader internally because it wasn’t a top priority for Larry Page and his inner circle of lieutenants. And if you aren’t working on something that the boss cares about, then what’s the point?
Forget Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr. Have you tried email?
Soon, new e-mails will open in a chat-like window, mimicking Facebook’s private-message-through-chat interface. One more step in Google’s attempt to transform into a social network.
So far, “social search” for Google and Microsoft has mostly meant pulling in results from Google+ and Facebook that are often less than useful. But now Google’s scouring your Gmail for results.
Sparrow, our favorite email app — because it handled the endless flow of email the same way the best Twitter apps handle endless flows of tweets — just got sucked into Google.
There’s too much going on in your brain.
Your inbox is a mess — like a tornado hit it, if tornadoes could strike email. It doesn’t have to be that way.
You probably waste as much time sending email as you do reading it. Well, you’re doing it wrong.
You’ve got a million messages in your inbox. Here’s how to ninja your way out of the pile.
Has your friend stepped away from their computer and left their Gmail open? Time to teach them to never do that again. You know, for their own good.
The not evil folks at Google have been kind of enough to put together this video to show what happens to an email when you click send.
This is a surprisingly decent parody video that Microsoft put together for its annual sales conference. That said, everyone I know seems to like Gmail despite its Orwellian underpinnings, so the premise may be flawed. (via gizmodo.com) Watch Video ›
One easy step: Switch to Yahoo.
Yet another reason yell at your Gmail.
Get ready to have another reason to complain about Gmail.
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Now you can prettify your Gmail with colors and themes.
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