I really, really, really, dislike “productivity” books. And gurus. And methods. And things that can generally be characterized as dogmatic.
But I like this.
I know I’m late to this party, but for years, I thought Inbox Zero was some sort of Getting Things Done-related madness involving a lot of folders and filters and whatnot.
But no, it’s not that complicated. And Merlin Mann does a great job of making it palatable, even digestible, to extend the metaphor a little deeper into the gut.
Start here, and read everything under the “Posts in the Inbox Zero series” heading before you start mashing your mouse. It won’t take you more than an hour or two to get started.
A couple years old, but still useful. Some basic ideas about how to use Smart Mailboxes in Mail.app from Merlin Mann, who tends to be pretty good at that sort of stuff.
Some handy Mail.app Smart Mailboxes – 43 Folders
Extends django-comment-utils with an email-the-owner of the object function. Not positive it’s 1.0-friendly.
Django snippets: Email on new comments
Low cost e-mail blasting: $5 + 1 cent per recipient per campaign.
Email Newsletter Software for Web Designers – Campaign Monitor
Yes, this would make for a useful feature if I had IMAP turned on in my Gmail yet.
iPhone IMAP Gmail
Okay, I signed up for the beta and I’m waiting patiently for an invite, Yahoo… Anytime now… Still waiting…
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