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Secure email: ProtonMail is free encrypted email.
ProtonMail is the world's largest secure email service, developed by CERN and MIT scientists. We are open source and protected by Swiss privacy law
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22 hours ago by rwintle
Uses This / Steve O'Hear
Who are you, and what do you do?
I'm a tech journalist at TechCrunch, focusing on European startups, companies and products. It's my second spell at TechCrunch after trying my hand at startup life to co-found a VC-backed company back in 2012.
I've also written for numerous other publications, including ZDnet, Macworld, The Guardian, and ReadWrite. In 2006 I wrote, directed and edited the documentary 'In Search of the Valley'. Prior to journalism I was an e-learning consultant, web developer and digital arts teacher.
Outside of my day job I write and produce music, and this is a big part of my setup. I'm currently finishing up an album with friends that I plan to release later this year. This will hopefully include a run of vinyl, and possibly a crowdfunding campaign to help finance the mastering process and album's release.
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yesterday by rgl7194
Uses This / Fran Hoepfner
Who are you, and what do you do?
I'm Fran Hoepfner, and I'm a bunch of things. Professionally, I'm the Associate Video Director for The Onion. In addition, I work as a freelance culture writer as well as a stand-up comedian.
What hardware do you use?
At the office, I use a new 13" 2017 MacBook Air that is provided for me; at home, I use a still very good 13" 2015 MacBook Air. I have an iPhone 8 that I use even though I think my hands are marginally too small for its size. Despite almost constantly having headphones in, I just buy whatever earbuds are on sale at Target whenever a pair die out. I also wear a Fitbit Alta in black. Though I use Google Calendar at work, I swear by Moleskine Planners for all of my personal appointments and commitments.
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yesterday by rgl7194
Uses This / Nathan Edwards
Who are you, and what do you do?
Hi! I'm Nathan Edwards, and I'm a senior editor at Wirecutter, a product reviews website now owned by The New York Times Company. I oversee a bunch of beats including PCs, computer accessories, gaming, networking, and pet gear. I've recently edited articles on automatic pet feeders, game controllers, Wi-Fi extenders, and ultrabooks.
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yesterday by rgl7194
Learn what's new in Gmail - Gmail Help ;;;
tags: Learn what is new in Gmail - Gmail Help | 20180810-1205 howTo tips and Tricks ;;;
Sign in to Gmail
Add or remove inbox categories & tabs in Gmail
Change or reset your password
Create a Gmail account
Add another email account to the Gmail app
Change your Gmail settings
Change email notifications
Can't sign in to your Google Account
Dots don't matter in Gmail addresses
Send & open confidential emails
Learn what's new in Gmail
Use Google products side by side
Learn  what  is  new  in  Gmail  -  Help  |  20180810-1205  howTo  tips  and  Tricks 
3 days ago by neerajsinghvns
HOW TO create a Gmail filter to automatically delete emails Older than X amount of days | DUNTUK
2015-03-18, by duntuk,

"The key here is older_than:90d, you can just as easily create whatever time-based filter you want with that."
gmail  filter  email  knowledge 
3 days ago by eric.brechemier
4 Rockstar Moves To Boost Your Reputation on Gmail
The Problem Of Landing In Gmail There are a few browser based email service providers that are targeted by most email marketers. Yahoo, AOL, Gmail, and Microsoft Live aka Hotmail. If you have noticed, some of these browser based email services filter incoming email into multiple tabs. Why is this
#marketing  email  gmail 
4 days ago by rboone
Between You, Me, and Google: Problems With Gmail's “Confidential Mode” | Electronic Frontier Foundation
With Gmail’s new design rolled out to more and more users, many have had a chance to try out its new “Confidential Mode.” While many of its features sound promising, what “Confidential Mode” provides isn’t confidentiality. At best, the new mode might create expectations that it fails to meet around security and privacy in Gmail. We fear that Confidential Mode will make it less likely for users to find and use other, more secure communication alternatives. And at worst, Confidential Mode will push users further into Google’s own walled garden while giving them what we believe are misleading assurances of privacy and security.
With its new Confidential Mode, Google purports to allow you to restrict how the emails you send can be viewed and shared: the recipient of your Confidential Mode email will not be able to forward or print it. You can also set an “expiration date” at which time the email will be deleted from your recipient’s inbox, and even require a text message code as an added layer of security before the email can be viewed.
Unfortunately, each of these “security” features comes with serious security problems for users.
email  gmail  security  privacy  DRM 
6 days ago by rgl7194
Most people may not stop to consider that even is a form of at work in our daily rou…
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