Avid Media Composer is both brilliant and ridiculous at the same time. One example of the ridiculousness is when you try to get your track colors back to default through the timeline settings button: See that attractive “Default” option?
I have one major rule when it comes to email: anything that enters my inbox must come from a human being.
Killer Bunnies and the Quest for the Magic Carrot is a card game developed by Jeffrey Neil Bellinger and published by Playroom Entertainment.
A friend of mine recently bet me that the first thing people think of when they think of “Icy Hot” is old people.
I wrote and performed a Nickelback parody on YouTube a few years ago and sometimes get strange comments in response.
When I first moved to Los Angeles, one of my college professors told me that I should keep a journal.
I work for Google.
But Google doesn’t know it.
I’ve signed almost everyone I know up for Gmail and taught them helpful techniques on how to keep their inbox organized. Naturally, when I heard about Google’s Priority Inbox feature, I was extremely excited to try it out. In this post I’m going to talk about two things:
- How to organize your email inbox
- Why Priority Inbox isn’t for me
There are only 4 things you’ll ever need to do with an email.
For real. Without getting too fancy, you’ll most likely only need to do the following with an email:
- Respond to it
- Wait for someone else to respond to it
- Keep it for reference
- Delete it
This is what a lot of people’s inboxes look like…