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    1. Open the SBCGlobal email account on your system and select the Advanced setup instead of Other Account. Select the internet mail next and give a name to your account. Add the name you wish to send mails from in your SBCGlobal email account. Enter inbound.att.net under the incoming email server column. Choose POP3 in the Account type option, and enter your SBCGlobal email login and password under the Username and Password option. Lastly, enter outbound.att.net under the Outgoing email server or the SMTP server option.

    2. Open SBCGlobal on your web browser and enter your credentials to log into your account. Click on the Profile and then open Contact info. Click on the Email option next. On the new page, locate and click on free email account tab. The next step to remove SBCGlobal email account is to click on Manage followed by Next. Now, go to the Member ID and select Delete an account. Now click on OK and wait till you receive a verification message. For more details: sbc toll free number

    1. [gripe]Email is supposed to be a text-only medium. I can concede a need for rich text - the occasional bold or italic - but background pictures are just needless bloat.[/gripe]
    2. Negative margins are in many cases equivalent to position:relative; with negative position, e.g. position:relative; top:-100px, as in Guffa's answer.
    3. I used to pull stunts like this all the time as soon as tables came. Really ugly, and may seriously embarrass any validator you run it trough: overlapping table cells. Works in most browsers though and even without css.
    1. You may have noticed your emails looking a little cramped in Hotmail and Outlook.com recently. The culprit? Discontinuation of support for the margin property in these email clients. Rather than honoring your carefully spaced paragraphs and images, Hotmail and Outlook.com are now completely stripping margin from paragraph tags, leaving default values (0 for the top, right and left; 1.35em for the bottom, to be exact) in their place.
    1. Negative values are mostly unsupported in html email. So is CSS position. For webmail at least, this is so that your email doesn't render outside of the desired window. Imagine Gmail with your CSS or email affecting the interface - they've limited the CSS you can use specifically to prevent this.
    2. Yeah, as many developers will tell you, designing/coding for email is an incredibly hit-or-miss proposition...this is simply one more thing that may work in some email clients. The only consistent behavior in HTML/CSS emails is that nothing is consistent. :-)
  2. May 2021
    1. But in the dark world of HTML email, where the motto is "code like it's 1996" because Outlook uses the rendering engine from MS Word and Gmail removes almost everything, every method for making two elements overlap that I can think of is unsuitable due to poor client support
    1. No, most css doesn't work in emails, stick to tables and images.
    2. If you're trying to use flexbox as a responsive way to adapt your mails in different devices, well there's a framework for that called MJML hope it works for you.
    3. HTML in emails is somehow in a forgotten world and is about lots of years behind us.
    4. There is a lot of variation in styling support among different mail clients
    5. For now though, you're stuck with <table> and CSS2 support for your layouts.
    6. Honestly, even without flexbox support, most of the layout problems would be solved with simple-basic CSS3 support that is standard in all clients.

      layout problems don't need ; all we need is simple-basic CSS3 support that is standard in all clients.

    1. With every other change I make, I have to test in a dozen clients and make sure it looks fine. Why is there so much variation in email style implementation amongst different clients?
    2. I'm coding an email for a project and man! it's such a pain. Every other client has it's own implementation and supported rules. Some don't allow even simple properties like background-image while some support most advanced rules like media queries
    3. Why are there so many programming languages and frameworks? Everyone has their own opinion on how something should be done. Some of these systems, like AOL, Yahoo, etc... have been around for a decade, and probably not updated much.
    4. Simple fact is that HTML support is different in them because mail clients are so old, or others are allowed to operate in browsers where not all CSS or even HTML can be applied in a secure manner. Older clients have outdated browsers that you'll likely NEVER see brought up to standards; what with Opera's standalone aging like milk, and thunderbird lagging behind the firefox on which it's even built. Don't even get me STARTED on older clients like Eudora or Outlook.
    5. But more so, external style cannot be applied to a subsection of a web page unless they force it into an iframe, which has all sorts of issues of it's own which is why external CSS is usually ignored. Inline CSS is often stripped by the tag strippers who don't want you turning things on or off... and media queries shouldn't even play into it since the layout should be controlled by the page it's being shown inside (for webmail) or the client itself, NOT your mail.
    6. Whilst I realize the artsy fartsy types get a raging chodo over their goofy PSD based layout asshattery
    7. That's what's supported, and is all that is EVER likely to be supported... and even then be DAMNED sure you send multipart with a plaintext copy or a great many mail servers will flat out reject it on the assumption that no legitimate e-mail has any damned business even having HTML in it in the first place!
    8. that garbage has ZERO damned business in an e-mail which is why a great many places use HTML only e-mail as a trigger for spam detection! (if you send multipart as both text/html and text/plain, you're fine)
    9. That's something that has been bugging me too. I mean, it's fine if not everything is supported, but if everyone could agree on what is or should be supported then that would make a huge difference. But until then, it's going to be a struggle.
    10. I've worked with people at companies where this was their only responsibility. Setting up emails for clients, making sure they pass a battery of tests and look great in all browsers and clients. It's an incredible PITA and it's not a set it and forget it thing. Clients can change month to month; spam filters change, etc...
    1. Also cross-compatibility with mail clients can be hairy, so you should see what the industry experts are doing.
    2. I hate to be the guy who will destroy your day but... Tables. You need to work with nested tables/cells. If you think Gmail is annoying you will cry in agony if you also need Outlook support.Work with the good old HTML from the early 2000's. That's the only way to be sure everything will work as intended.Anything else will mostly result in a horrible mess, broken design and incompatible layouts.
    1. More importantly, using a plain email would save lots of time and effort. As a goal-driven-lazy person, that’s a good enough reason to start experimenting.
    2. They don't look like advertisements. The second the recipient interprets your email as an ad, promotion, or sales pitch—and it does take just a second—its chances of being read or acted upon plummet towards zero. A plain email leads people to start reading it before jumping to conclusions.

      forces you to read before deciding

    3. They feel more personal. It's no handwritten note, but it's much more personal than an over-designed email with the recipient's first name crammed somewhere inside.
    4. The plain, unstyled emails resulted in more opens, clicks, replies, and conversions, every time.
    5. They're less likely to go into the "Promotions" tab in Gmail (used by ~16% of all email users), for the same reasons above. From my testing, the plain emails typically end up in the Updates tab and some times even in the primary tab. Of course, the text in the email also affects this.
    6. The plain email—which took no time to design or code—was opened by more recipients and had 3.3x more clicks than the designed email.
    7. If you ever had to go through the hair-pulling process of designing emails, then you understand. If you haven’t, here’s why it’s such pain:
    8. Email tools/clients are inconsistent in how they render HTML and CSS. A designed email might look great in Gmail, broken in Outlook, and unreadable in Apple Mail. Half of all emails are opened on mobile devices (according to one study). Email looks good in different clients? Great, now make it work on a 4" screen just as well as on a desktop.
    9. Email require their own flavor of HTML and CSS. Want to have rows or columns in your layout? You'll have to use <table> tags—a method long buried by web developers. There's also no support for external stylesheets, element position styling, and so on...
    1. Apple Mail remains the most popular email service. Roughly 40% of people use it to read their emails. That’s followed by Gmail at around 20%.
    2. Embedded CSS: This style is becoming more popular with the rise of mobile and responsive emails. Embedded CSS codes are determined in one place of an email, generally in the <head> section as a <style>. Some email servers still strip the information out of this section, which can cause display problems.
    1. Although a lot of email development is stuck in the past, that doesn’t mean we can’t modernize our campaigns right along with our websites. Many of these tips can be baked right into your email boilerplate or code snippets, allowing you to create more accessible HTML emails without too much thought.
    2. I hate making newsletters, but absolutely love reading them.
    3. I hate making newsletters, but absolutely love reading them. Because of this, and on a semi-related note (apologies if this is off-topic/not allowed), I am in the process of creating a newsletter directory, allowing users to browse and find newsletters to sign up for.
    1. While it’s not quite completely table-free, I’ve managed to get The Intermittent Newsletter down to a single table—one that’s not even visible to non-Microsoft email clients. Along the way, I made an effort to make The Intermittent Newsletter accessible to more readers.
    1. Begin by completely close the AOL mail application on your smartphone and then try opening it again. IF that doesn’t work, check for the application and system updates. If there are updates available, select them to update application and system. The next step to fix AOL email not working is to clear the cache of the AOL application on your smartphone. Lastly, you can uninstall the AOL application on your smartphone and then reinstall it again. Related Issue: AOL Mail not working on iPhone

  3. Apr 2021
    1. Don’t replace words with emojis One thing you definitely don’t want to do is have your emojis get in the way of people being able to comprehend your subject lines. Emojis should be a complement to the words in your subject lines – they should never replace words themselves. It’s when people leave out words, right?
    1. Start by open Yahoo mail by typing att.net in your browser's URL. Now, locate the sign-in option at the top-right corner of the page and click on it for SBCGlobal.net email login in to your account. A window for login shall appear on your screen where you must enter your email address and password in their designated columns and click on the Sign In button. The login process is now complete, and you can easily log into your account. SBCGlobal Phone

    2. You must check the email settings to ensure that the email is working correctly. Please confirm the settings for the incoming server to be as- imap.mail.yahoo.com (Server), 993 (Port), SSL/TLS (security), your full email address (Username), and your password (Password). The Bellsouth email settings for the outgoing server should be smtp.mail.yahoo.com (Server), 465 (Port), SSL/TSL (security), your email address (username), and your password (Password). Keeping the settings this way ensures the correct functioning of the email service.

    1. And it’s easy to leave. Unlike on Facebook or Twitter, Substack writers can simply take their email lists and direct connections to their readers with them.

      Owning your audience is key here.

    1. Email Accessibility

      • Subject lines: Simple, No-nonsense
      • Preheaders (i.e., the snippet that shows up in the inbox view) need to clearly state the purpose of the email
      • Use alt text for images (even for logos, "unimportant" information. Blind and low-vision folks don't want to "miss out" on information. If you've decided it's important enough to include in your email, it's important enough for alt text)
        • Buttons should be large, bold color, obvious, and should have ARIA labels
      • Software like Salesforce, Constant Contact, and Mailchimp allow you to paste HTML code, which allows you to add ARIA roles, alt text, etc
  4. Mar 2021
    1. Ownership is the critical point here. Ownership in email in the same way we own a paperback: We recognize that we (largely) control the email subscriber lists, they are portable, they are not governed by unknowable algorithmic timelines.3 And this isn’t ownership yoked to a company or piece of software operating on quarterly horizon, or even multi-year horizon, but rather to a half-century horizon. Email is a (the only?) networked publishing technology with both widespread, near universal adoption,4 and history. It is, as they say, proven.

      This is very IndieWeb in flavor.

      It reminds me of Stanley Meyer who would read newspapers and magazines every day and cut out articles which he put into envelopes for his friends and children and mailed out every couple of weeks. Essentially his own newsletter, but by snail mail.

    1. This could be because of security measures by windows or any other security provider you use. In case you use Windows security, follow the instructions mentioned here to fix Thunderbird not receiving emails. Open Settings and click on Update & Security, click on windows security next and navigate Virus & Threat protection. You will find manage settings option right under it, click on it then on Add or remove exclusions, and finally click on Add an exclusion to select Thunderbird. Related Issues Thunderbird Email Not Responding How to Setup Thunderbird for Yahoo Mail

    2. Open the official AT&T webpage and click on the Forgot password option at the bottom of the sign-in window. Enter all asked inputs in their respective fields. Fill the CAPTCHA as you see it and click on Continue once you do. To resolve BellSouth.net email login problems, verify yourself as the true owner on the verification page using two ways; sending a temporary password or answer security questions. Next, follow the screen steps under any option you choose and verify yourself.<br> Related Post Bellsouth email not working How do you fix the Common BellSouth Email Errors

    3. Change the incoming server settings to imap.mail.att.net in the Server field, 993 in the Port field, SSL/TLS in the Security field, complete username in the username field, and correct password in the Password field. Next, change the SBCGlobal email settings for Outgoing server to smtp.mail.att.net in the server field, 465 in the Port field, SSL/TLS in the security field, correct username and password in the username and password field respectively.

      For more details: SBC Customer Care

    1. A fun little site from fluffy with a great domain name.

    1. Another innovation that I’ve seen have been successful experiments in moving past the paradigm of associating e-mail addresses with individuals. When an address is instead assigned to a specific client, or to a specific type of request, and monitored by multiple different employees, it can go a long way to relieving the deeply-ingrained anxiety that we are ignoring those who need us.

      Shared emails amongst individuals can help mitigate the psychological pressure of things building up and being left undone.

    2. Thrive Away. If a Thrive employee sends an e-mail to a colleague who is on vacation, the sender receives a note that the colleague is away and the message is automatically deleted. In theory, a simple vacation auto-responder should be sufficient—as it tells people sending a message not to expect a reply until the recipient returns—but logic is subservient in this situation. No matter what the expectations, the awareness that there are messages waiting somewhere triggers anxiety, ruining the potential relaxation of a person’s time off. The only cure is to prevent the messages from arriving altogether.

      A fascinating potential solution to the email problem. This is focused on the company space, but how might one decentralize this for use in all email scenarios?

    3. This excerpt is drawn from “A World Without Email,” by Cal Newport, out in March from Portfolio.

      An overview of many email related research studies which indicates its design stresses us out unnecessarily.

    1. Can I CC or BCC world@hey.com? No. World@hey.com needs to be the first and only address in the "to" field.

      This ideas is almost hilarious!

    2. Why can’t you just email the web?

      An interesting framing for having your own website.

    1. Everyone knows friction in software is harmful. But I think we all continually underestimate just how big an influence friction is on what people actually do and use. People don’t write long multi-tweet threads because it’s a good way to post a short essay, they do it because it’s so low friction.

      Friction within software can be a very good thing.

  5. Feb 2021
    1. Gmail is a free email service developed by Google. To fix Gmail not receiving email on Android, first try and update Gmail Application on your device. Remove your Gmail account from the “Accounts & Passwords” located in “Settings” of your device and add it back. Clear the cache by going to “Settings” on the device, then tapping on “Apps manager,” locating and selecting “Gmail” from the list and tapping on “Clear Cache.”

    1. If you notice that the AOL mail has suddenly stopped working on your Android device, you need to be a bit extra careful about it. Ensure that you have immediately followed the troubleshooting tips if you notice that AOL Mail is not working on Android. Here, in this short blog, we will discuss various tricks that would help you overcome this issue once and for all. Ensure that you strictly adhere to the guidelines given here for fixing up the problems related to AOL email not working.

    2. If you are facing SBCGlobal Email not working errors, then you can probably fix it by following the guide that we have given below to help you out. But before you resolve the issues, you need first to know the cause behind it.

    3. Bellsouth Email not responding errors occur all the time. It is mostly due to your BellSouth email login errors or authentication problems. Sometimes there’s a lot of trouble while logging in to the BellSouth email account and the easiest way to fixing it is to change your password and generate a secure mail key. You can use this secure mail key instead of your AT&T password once you set up an email app.

    1. There are so many features like personalization, unsubscribe links and social networking widgets that will make sure your emails are more likely to fall into your prospects' inbox.
    2. Preheat your sending accounts and IP to improve your inboxt rate be over 90%
  6. Jan 2021
    1. Email’s actually not guaranteed to be quick. Even though it usually is pretty darned speedy, the entire email system is built to tolerate delays of several days. There are various reasons that this might happen, including a few very legitimate spam-fighting techniques. The solution? Wait a while. If in a few hours or the next day you still haven’t received the confirmation email, the problem may be elsewhere.
    1. The telecom services provided by BellSouth are an easy way to go for your daily life struggles with delivering texts or sending official mails on time, but there’s one drawback which leads people into disappointment and that is BellSouth email not working at times. For more visit: https://contactforhelp.com/bellsouth-email/

  7. Nov 2020
    1. Portable... your .name address works with any email or web service. With our automatic forwarding service on third level domains, you can change email accounts, your ISP, or your job without changing your email address. Any mail sent to your .name address arrives in any email box you choose.
    1. Chevy tried an all-emoji press release about a new car that came across as very forced, proving that less is more when it comes to using emojis in emails. Not to mention, it’s almost impossible to decipher the message they’re trying to communicate.
    1. There are always some common approaches that first need to be implemented to resolve the issue. If the common resolution method doesn’t help you, then you need to check for some advanced approaches. Below we have enlisted some of the best and reliable approaches that can fix the G Suite email not working on iPhone problems.

  8. Oct 2020
    1. Newport is an academic — he makes his primary living teaching computer science at a university, so he already has a built-in network and a self-contained world with clear moves towards achievement.

      This is one of the key reasons people look to social media--for the connections and the network they don't have via non-digital means. Most of the people I've seen with large blogs or well-traveled websites have simply done a much better job of connecting and interacting with their audience and personal networks. To a great extent this is because they've built up a large email list to send people content directly. Those people then read their material and comment on their blogs.

      This is something the IndieWeb can help people work toward in a better fashion, particularly with better independent functioning feed readers.

    1. If you still find your BellSouth email not working or responding to the above changes, then get in touch with the customer support.

    2. Despite providing comprehensive services for your business, there may be times when you face issues of G Suite email not working. When your G Suite account is suspended, the messages that will be sent to your account will not be delivered and will bounce back to the sender.

  9. Sep 2020
    1. His frequent and asynchronous essays, letters, and replies meant there was always something to look forward to, without immediate pressure to respond.

      This is a really interesting way to think about class communication. I'm particularly intrigued by this idea of there not being immediate pressure to respond - that's not my normal interpretation of class emails and I don't think it's most faculty members'.

    1. Most people don’t know how to use the SBC email address, and they have to deal with SBCglobal email not working. The company is now partnered with Yahoo and AT&T, so you may face some SBCglobal mail login issues. You don’t have to worry about SBCglobal email not working; we have listed some of the quick and easy solutions for you.

  10. Jul 2020
    1. If you have worked with emails before, the idea of placing a script into an email may set off alarm bells in your head! Rest assured, email providers who support AMP emails enforce fierce security checks that only allow vetted AMP scripts to run in their clients. This enables dynamic and interactive features to run directly in the recipients mailboxes with no security vulnerabilities! Read more about the required markup for AMP Emails here.
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    1. Email is not considered a secure communications channel. You have no idea if your email is encrypted when it's sent between mail providers nor is it a suitable secure storage facility
  13. Feb 2020
    1. Always reply to emails by replying to all, even when no action is needed. This lets the other person know that you received it. A thread is done when there is a single word reply, such as OK, thanks, or done.
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    1. Too often “membership” is a code for “paywall”, with outlets paying lip service to genuine engagement with their paying subscribers. This is not at all the case in the outlets covered in the report. The memberships both help sustain the sites financially, but also bring community benefits to both the editorial staff and the members.

      I'll note here that it's the same sort of free business that allows spam to exist in the email space. If we needed to pay some modest amount for each email, then spammers wouldn't exist because it would be prohibitively expensive for them to operate the way they do.

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    1. With the dissemination of large textual data- bases via media such as disks, authors and editors lose control over their work: users can generate subsets, modify them according to their own sense of what constitutes improvements, and even change them so as to avoid charges of plagiarism and copyright infringement.

      Interesting how this sense of loss of control always comes back. I think nowadays we wouldn't say this. Cf. Shapiro et al 1985.

    2. In effect, their exchange of corre- spondence (e-mail) publicly on lists over global networks constitutes participation in a new form of publication. This dimension is central; such network communications systems as Bitnet and the Internet offer new modes of publication, often but not always with counterparts in print media.

      How email represents a new form of publication

    1. p. 21

      One of the most surprising things about electronic mail is the ease with which misinterpretations arise. People are used to reading "body language," voice intonation, and numerous other cues when interpreting messages deleviered in conversation, or even on the telephone. Those cues are missing in electronic mail, and what was meant as a casual comment, or an attempt at humour or irony, is misinterpreted.

    2. pp. 15-16

      Interesting discussion of typographic contextualisation cues between quick informal email and more deliberate one. Recommends that the READER take a different approach to each.

      Why do we care about the level of formality of a message? Simply because the content of the second message should be given more attention and care when received than the first. Words were chosen in the second, and therefore could be expected to be chosen carefully to convey the meaning intended. In the first, informal, message, the words might well have been dashed off, and should be taken quite lightly. You should not try to read deep meaning into a hasty note. (In our other written correspondence, we have other clues: scribbled notes on the back of an envelope are treated more informally than typed letters. However, on your terminal, all electronic messages in one sense look the same, so greater attention must be paid to what clues there are to their level of informality.) [Emphasis added].

    3. p 14. Discusses "the tradition of flaming" on ARPAnet.

    4. p. 13 Already aware of the issue of proliferation

      Electronic mailboxes fill up with peripheral material that needs to be scanned and continuously culled. If one of your recipients decides that somebody else needs to see a message, it can be forwarded at that time.

      Consider an extreme but possible case: A message contains a distribution list of 20 people. Let's say the message asks for comments on a position paper. Each of the recipients responds, copying all the original recipints... Each of those answers is in turn comments on by each original recipient, copying all original recipients. This process generates 421 messages in every person's inbox, with the total system containing 16,421 messages. If each message takes an average of 100 characters, this process has used up 1.6 megabytes of disk storage.This is, in addition, of course, to the social cost of all the human time and effort that has gone into this electronic correspondence.

    5. p. 14 Recommendation for people to summarise replies on "special insterest group"

      A related phenomenon is the "special interest group," a named group of recipients having a common interest, and exchanging messages on that topic, accross computers and across the country. Within these groups, a common means of reducing message prliferation is for a message author to ask, in the message itself, that replies be forwarded directly to him or her; the original author will summarize in a later message the replies received for the benefit of the group. This is a good idea that should become a common protocol, invoked by a commonly understood keyword or phrase in a message.

    6. p. 11 recognise the emotional aspect even then

      Within these categories, we highlight the issues related to the emotional impact of electronic messages, since the immediacy of the medium, and yet the remoteness of the participants, leads to some unique problems in this regard.

    7. p. 11. How it is different from other things

      We have tried to indicate that electronic mail is different. Part of what we mean by that is that the old telephone or letter-writing rules of behavior do not automatically transfer over to this medium and work. You don't write business letters as electronic messages; messages are usually more informal. And yet electronic messages are not printed telephone conversations either. What we find is that the medium is different enough, and the average user's experience has been short enough, that problems arise. Meanings are misunderstood. Tempers flare and cause ill-conceived responses to be written. Many recipients' time is wasted reading content-free or irrelevant messages.

      What we need is a new set of rules: how to be a constructive, courteous sender and receiver or electronic messages. We certainly do not have this set of rules, all tied up in a tidy package. We do, however, feel it is important to hasten the cultural evolution toward this goal. What follows, then, is a discussion of some of the important guidelines we've observed from experience.

    1. One 1997 study found that scholars who self-select as participants inscholarly discussion groups can spend over 40% of their office hours working on the Internet,and the most popular professional uses of the Internet revolve around sending and receivingelectronic mail, both personal and list-mediated

      The origins of the Email plague!

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    1. Several news stories have likened Clinton’s actions to those of retired Gen. David Petraeus, but the situations are very different. Petraeus showed a notebook containing highly classified information—names of agents, code words, and ongoing tactical operations in the U.S. war in Afghanistan—to Paula Broadwell, who was writing a book about him.

      Is "highly classified" a technical term? Since I think there are only three levels of classified info: "top secret", "secret", and "confidential" (corroborated by Classified information in the United States - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia), Fred Kaplan (the author) must mean that the "highly classified" information disclosed by Petraeus is really sensitive stuff (regardless of how it was slotted officially classified).

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    1. Many politicians use private addresses, but private servers like the one Clinton used are rarely seen, said John Wonderlich, a policy director at the Sunlight Foundation, a nonpartisan group focused on government transparency, for a prior PolitiFact story.

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  24. Jun 2016
    1. What to do when your coauthor doesn’t return your calls.

      Stemwedel, Janet D. 2016. “What to Do When Your Coauthor Doesn’t Return Your Calls.” Adventures in Ethics and Science. Accessed June 16. http://scienceblogs.com/ethicsandscience/2010/02/14/what-to-do-when-your-coauthor/.

      Discusses what to do when your collaborators don't sign off on a paper and can't be contacted.

  25. Apr 2016
    1. while e-mail dissolves barriers to the exchange of data, we need another solvent to dissolve the barriers to collaborative use of that data. Applied in the right ways, that solvent creates what I like to call the “universal canvas” – an environment in which data and applications flow freely on the Web.

      Highlight of original quote: https://hypothes.is/a/iKeap_T6TauWGfyf19VW_Q

  26. Dec 2015
    1. How to Make Your Startup Introduction Email Simple, Clear and Awesome

      Startup Introduction Email help

  27. Feb 2015
    1. email pops up a new email with the subject set

      Pretty simple with `mailto:{email}?subject="Annotate this"&body="http://..."

      Not all mail clients support body (iirc), but most/all support subject.