Got a Gmail account? Here are a few interesting tricks ‘n’ tidbits

[In case you didn’t already notice, I wrote a pretty detailed review of Gmail earlier, in which I also noted that I’m unfortunately unable to procure accounts for folks. Sorry! For those who already have accounts, I hope the tips below are useful and/or fun 🙂 – Adam] So, you’re one of the Gmail testers… Continue reading Got a Gmail account? Here are a few interesting tricks ‘n’ tidbits

A reminder of how meaningful Online socializing can be

There are many times in which I’ve felt that people — myself included — would benefit from logging off and getting a life. This sort of cynicism (or optimism, depending on one’s take) is heightened when I read about people falling in love with someone else that they’ve “met” only online. Hey, I’ll admit… been… Continue reading A reminder of how meaningful Online socializing can be

More great ways to access your e-mail

In an older post, I raved about the online mail service called  OddPost. I’d like to recommend another really cool service, called Mail2Web, which lets you pick up your POP mail without cost and without even registering.  It’s got nowhere near the nifty interface of OddPost, but it’s free and it’s useful for when you must check more than one… Continue reading More great ways to access your e-mail

New Handspring Treo 180 and T-Mobile / Voicestream service

EDIT on 3/12/2003: Just discovered that the Treo 180 has been discontinued, so the links below do not work. Though I had sadly a bunch of valuable stuff stolen in Estonia, two of the replaceable  things that I have been, well, eager to replace are my cell phone and PDA (Palm Pilot). My new cell phone and… Continue reading New Handspring Treo 180 and T-Mobile / Voicestream service