On this beautiful Christmas morning, I want to recommend a gift you can give to yourself, this course.
My friend Anne Firth Murray teaches this course (and others) at Stanford University and now it’s available as an online course through Coursera. Although it officially starts today, I’m already well into it and can attest to its quality and power.
We can all use some of the connection and kindness in the love described in this course. I hope you get as much out of this course as I am.
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.
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