"People don’t change their email addresses," notes New York Times best-selling author Jon Acuff. "Facebook, Twitter, Google+, people join and drop that pretty often. But changing your email address is a hassle. That’s why you still have friends with AOL and Hotmail accounts."
Acuff goes so ...
Reports of email's death are greatly exaggerated. Every month a new email-killing product comes along, and every month my Gmail inbox continues to swell with product updates, company news and coupon codes.
Heck, those email-killers use email to teach me how their apps work.
Take social media: it was ...
ANZ and our presenting partners Fathom; Integration Kings and Practice Paradox are pleased to invite you to an informative evening about the current environment, what tools are available and how we can provide support in growing your business into the digital age.
Light refreshments will be served.
We look forward to seeing you there.
A single username and password gets you into everything Google (Gmail, Chrome, YouTube, Google Maps). Set up your profile and preferences just the way you like. Switch between devices, and pick up wherever you left off.
By Leo Babauta. We live in a world of abundance, often to the point of excess: we can buy anything anytime, consume as much of the Internet as we want, eat anything all the time, work as much as our bodies will allow. With so much available, it can become overwhelming, unhealthy, unbalanced.