bam. you’re flashing priority inbox magic at full strength, right on your home screen.
innovations like priority inbox make gmail’s web interface the obvious choice for anyone who spends a fair amount of time wrangling their inbox.
it’s all good. I’m very optimistic about using springpad to stay more focused.
facebook has its reasons for encouraging users to share personal information. in fact, it makes sense for many people. however, a new popup is just one of the tactics the company is using to persuade users that cross the line from disingenuous to deceptive.
blender v. starbucks
all the jitter and the chill
and the price is right
ok, so I wanted to be clever and post this as of the day of my birth. before the internet or, for that matter, the widespread use of electricity. check the date stamp. I don’t think it worked but I will keep my fingers crossed. in this space I will be posting random stuff primarily