How to Add a Snooze Button to Gmail, No Extensions Required
Making use of Google Apps Script functionality in Google Docs to snooze mails in Gmail
Psychological Self-Help – new – Table of Contents
Quite a lot of reading material
The Cult That Is Destroying America – NYTimes.com
The case against centrism from Paul Krugman
Innovative Audio – Receiver Shootout
A comparison of the sound quality between a couple of vintage a/v receivers from 1978-80 to a modern one. The vintage ones still have it in them for pure sound quality.
Old is gold stills rings true even after all the “innovations” over the years.
You Can’t Keep Your Secrets From Twitter | Fast Company
Very interesting study on tweets to find correlation between the user & their demographic
The Best Self-Help Book of All Time
A candid take on self help books by a person who read 340 of them in a 2 year period. The only book he finds useful is Richard Wiseman’s “59 seconds”. One thing interesting about the amazon links to the books in his reviews is that they are affiliate ones…
Quote: “Here’s the thing. Self-help books are written to sell, not to help.”
John T. Reed’s analysis of Robert T. Kiyosaki’s book Rich Dad, Poor Dad
A really long long piece
The case of the 500-mile email
A very interesting story that shows why things shouldn’t be taken at face value
One of the settings that was set to zero was the timeout to connect to the remote SMTP server. Some experimentation established that on this particular machine with its typical load, a zero timeout would abort a connect call in slightly over three milliseconds.
Adds RAW support to Windows Photo Gallery & Explorer on Windows Vista & 7
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