Keeping up with the news is hard. In our ever connected culture it seems like it’s either dominated by a single incident so you’re never sure what you’re missing or by a million different events so you’re sure you’re missing something. If it’s all too much (or too little) for you, check theSkimm, the daily newsletter that delivers all the top headlines right to your inbox.Read More
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By now most people are aware that tone does not convey well over the internet. You may mean a comment to be lighthearted and funny and it comes off across the screen as a declaration of war. Even between friends, navigating written communication can be tricky. The Tone Analyzer wants to help you get the feeling of your message across easier.
Just about every website you go to asks you for your email address. Sometimes this is to send you a special coupon. Other times it’s to set you up with a login which you may or may not want. You may just be there to read a few things and move on. Bug Me Not lets you use a shared login so you don’t have to be bothered with annoying pop ups.
I love email but it tends to get flooded with coupons, sales flyers, and other assorted newsletters and spam. You fill in your email address for a discount and then suddenly you’re hit every few days with a newsletter, notice, or special offer. Unroll.me helps you keep your email junk mail to a minimum.
When you say, “I’m cleaning out my inbox” that usually means you’re dumping old emails and finally deleting the hundreds of unread “special offers” from stores you shopped at once. It’s digital so there’s not any real harm to the environment like with actual junk mail right? Well Electrolux is here to tell you you’re wrong and with the World Wide Vac, they want to help you eliminate some of your carbon footprint by helping you get a handle on…
Checking email can be an overwhelming task, and sometimes we find ourselves staring blankly at our inbox wondering which one to deal with first. If you schedule your day around the tasks you receive in your inbox, then a Chrome extension called Notes for Gmail might help you sort things out without leaving your Gmail window.
If you’re a Google Calendar user, you’ll know that while it’s great for sharing calendars privately and publicly, it’s a real problem publishing them to an email audience, especially in a decent format. Not only that but it’s impossible to select particular parts and email them to people, you either have to make the whole agenda public or nothing. Well now there’s a better way.