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I burned through my inbox with Mailbox for Mac
Email, right guys? Some love it. Some hate it. Some are trying to replace it. But the fact is, we all use it. And since early 2013, Mailbox has been the fastest way to manage it, but it’s only worked on iPhone and Android. Today, however, Mailbox for Mac is finally available in beta, and it offers a taste of how email might feel if it weren’t bound by the age-old technologies underpinning it. All current Mailbox users will soon receive an email with a “beta coin” offering access to the app. (Everybody else will have to sign up for access on MailboxApp.com and wait a few weeks.)

thisistheverge:

I burned through my inbox with Mailbox for Mac
Email, right guys? Some love it. Some hate it. Some are trying to replace it. But the fact is, we all use it. And since early 2013, Mailbox has been the fastest way to manage it, but it’s only worked on iPhone and Android. Today, however, Mailbox for Mac is finally available in beta, and it offers a taste of how email might feel if it weren’t bound by the age-old technologies underpinning it. All current Mailbox users will soon receive an email with a “beta coin” offering access to the app. (Everybody else will have to sign up for access on MailboxApp.com and wait a few weeks.)

cnnmoneytech

cnnmoneytech:

So many headaches, cured!

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This Chrome extension replaces all website photos with Ryan Gosling pics

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The following is a guest post from Dana Lipnickas, studio manager of CNNMoney’s design team. She is awesome at finding important Gosling news.

Breaking news!

Want all of your internet pix to be gorgeous? There is a new Chrome extension for you!

Hey Girl will replace all of the photos on any website with images of Ryan Gosling. Happy Thursday to you, dear reader.

You won’t want to quit this. Love hard. Live hard. - Dana

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cnnmoneytech:

MIT’s Media Lab just launched a fascinating tool for exploring email metadata: Immersion. Give it your Gmail account and it will map out the network of your personal connections.

The Boston Globe has a feature explaining the project’s genesis and how it works. It’s both fascinating and creepy…