1. Successful launch of Falcon 9 on a mission to give Internet to everyone. 2. Google is being sued after controversy over gender stereotypical memo. 3. Leaks reveal nothing disruptive about Samsung’s newest flagship Galaxy S9. 4. Quantum algorithm could help make AI better and faster. 5. Apple is supercharging their AirPods.
It's time for our first Ocean Mail ID™ product update. This will be a new type of quarterly post in which we highlight our development process. This goal is to give you a glimpse into the features we are proud of releasing as well as a sneak peek into what's coming in the next version of Ocean Mail ID™. Read more.
How many times have you received an autoreply from someone that used last year’s dates because they hadn’t taken the time to double check it? It’s only a small thing but it’s nice to do it right. Even better, though, is doing it well. Here are our favorite autoreply examples. Read more.
We hear a lot about how artificial intelligence and machine learning are going to change the world; how 3D printing will revolutionize health and manufacturing; how the Internet of Things will make everyone's life easier. But what's the one thing that underpins all these revolutionary technologies? Big data. Read more.
If, like me, you’re a desk-chained workaholic, you probably spend about a quarter of your day on emails. And, for the record, so does the person you wrote an email to ten minutes ago. So how do you get people to reply to you instead of all their other emails? Read more.
Rumor has it that email is on its deathbed laying low on life support and a heavy dose of morphine. The only generation interested in keeping it alive is the very generation that remembers what it was like to be excited, rather than annoyed, by the ding of a new message. Read more.
This blog post will reveal your new secret weapon and tell you just how to write better, more efficient email replies. Read more.
If you haven't already read the first seven bad email habits you need to work on, it is imperative that you go back and start at the beginning. Otherwise, we’ll only have wiped out half of the bad email habits out there, and that simply won’t suffice. The list of bad email habits we all need to work on continues below. Read more.
How many times a day do shoot people an email? Too many to count, I’m guessing. Proper email etiquette is a force to be reckoned with, yet there are so many people that continue to trip in the most common email gaffes. Here are 14 bad email habits you need to work on. Read more.
Fortunately for you, clients (willingly or not) drop hints. Here are the red flags to look for on client’s social profiles before you get involved. Read more.
Who wouldn't want to cut a few corners and make the daily drag of email management just a little easier? With these five Gmail extensions, you'll be well on your way. Ready, set, download. Read more.