Background For the purposes of this guide, I'm going to assume that you were using Outlook or Outlook Express on the PC, and you want to import your messages into the Mail app that ships with Mac OS X. I speak from personal experience with this guide. I had to do this when I switched … Continue reading Moving email from a PC to the Mac
I've been a user of Hotmail for several years, probably since 1998. I can't remember the date very well, but it's been a long time. The point is, I had a Hotmail account long before Gmail came out. Why do I say this? Because I stuck with Hotmail through the years. That's not to say … Continue reading New Hotmail shows Microsoft still playing catchup
From 43 Folders: "This post is part of the Inbox Zero series. You've doubtless already discovered your inbox won't stay at zero -- and it shouldn't. As I said yesterday, this is a process, not some miraculous one-time event like a tonsillectomy or a Jandek concert. And you can't just wave a magic wand every … Continue reading Inbox Zero: better practices for staying (near) zero
From Apple Hot News: "Chances are your email server puts a limit on the size of the attachments you can send. So what do you do when you want to send an attachment that exceeds that limit? Try iChat. [Apr 19, 2006]" Here is the link.
clearTXT is a really cool product that works in conjunction with online learning systems like Blackboard, or by itself, and allows for permission-based text messaging to those who want to get up to date information right away on their cellphones. I've used it in conjunction with Blackboard, and it's a great product! The sign-up is … Continue reading clearTXT: text messaging for online learning systems