I’ve been using email for over 35 years (no typo) and I’m still surprised by the clever new ideas I see in the best email apps. Email apps can add an email to a reading list, or turn it into an item in your to-do list, or add an event to your calendar. Many have features for smart sorting of your email and to “snooze” an email for later. Many are beautiful and thoughtfully designed with gestures for touch-screen devices.
But what’s best for me is not necessarily what’s best for you. Below I run through some basics about email and make some recommendations for good apps to try.
June 20th, 1986 I started a new adventure at a new job and in a place that would become home.
I wrote a short thing about our long journey together creating and building Square Peg Foundation. It’s over on the Square Peg blog:
I’ve occasionally thought about grabbing this domain, dariusdunlap.com, for some time. As I was getting some new things setup on my various blogs, I realized that now was the time.
More will appear here over the coming days, including some of the archives from my old consulting business website and other stuff.
I’m working to articulate what this will be. I’m learning toward making my professional presence here, and so limiting it a bit. We’ll see.
For now, welcome!
The One You Feed is a show I often listen to on my hikes or while doing chores around the house. It starts with the parable of the two wolves. You know the one. They have great guests and it’s always an interesting conversation.
Let’s see if this mention goes back to my withkown site:
(Sorry about the misspelling.)
Conversations on depression have been flowing around the tech community for the last few months. It’s important, and many people have written about their experiences. There is some wonderful, helpful, and deeply personal insights out there.