Gmail being down feels scarier than expected. Realizations: I am so used to having it passively open at all times that I feel disconnected and anxious when it goes away. There is so much personal history / record-keeping on it that if something ever were to happen with gmail, I would lose that life data.… Continue reading
Recently, I’ve gotten a few lovely out-of-the-blue emails from people who read this blog. I’m humbled and want to thank everyone for listening to my miscellaneous thoughts and reflections, and together exploring my passions, questions, and ideas. It’s fun for me to write, and it pushes me to think bigger and have conversations I wouldn’t… Continue reading A most sincere thank you.
It’s my newest class at the Brooklyn Brainery, so sign up before it sells out and share liberally! Stay tuned for more useful classes to come soon, too. And, feel free to request a class that you’d like me to teach; I’m all ears.DIY: Manage Your Gmail Inbox
Social media is a part of daily life, but what happens to the online content that you created once you die? If you have social media profiles set up online, you should create a statement of how you would like your online identity to be handled. Just like a traditional will helps your survivors handle… Continue reading Via USA.gov: How and Why You Should Write a Social Media Will
I manage both the receipt and sending of an extraordinary number of emails a day both at work and in my personal life. I’m constantly looking for ways to streamline and simplify what needs to happen with each email, and I finally found some truly fascinating insights courtesy of Gmail Meter. I ran a report… Continue reading Widget Alert! Gmail Meter is a Must-Have!
Earlier today, it said Inbox (798). It now, clearly, is EMPTY. See? It’s not to say I hadn’t read those 798, but I would mark them unread instead of because it’s what my eyes were used to. OY! I probably could (and should) do a second round of deleting and not just archiving, but I’m in… Continue reading A Gmail Story (Miracle)
Gmail has such smart reminders! Thanks. Happy Father’s Day, Dad!