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11 Awkward Things About Email | Wait But Why

Email is one of those things that’s just a part of your life, period. Most of us know someone who has closed their Facebook account or refused to join in the first place in a little foot-stomping stand by their ego, and you might even know someone who is thrilled with themselves for not owning a smartphone.

But within the adult internet-using world, no one is allowed to not have email.

Not having email today would be the equivalent of not having a phone number–you’d have to be reallydoing your own thing to go there.

And so here we all are, typing things into compose windows, battling down our inboxes, and it’s going pretty well–but like any world of social interaction, email has its difficulties.

Let’s discuss 11 particularly awkward things about our email lives–click here

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Offer Unbundled Legal Services to Compete in Today’s Legal Market

 

by Stephanie Kimbro on September 4th, 2014

Startups and entrepreneurs in need of legal assistance are seeking alternatives to the traditional law firm model for convenience and affordability. Law firms are responding by providing unbundled legal services through different models, and doing so without sacrificing revenue.

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Evernote As My iPad Task Manager | iPad Insight

 

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The main reason I decided to try Evernote out as a task manager is its ability to show a lot of context for a given task. When I have to “finish my expense report” it’s really helpful to be able to keep all of my PDF receipts and the expense report Excel sheet right inside of that note. That way, once the notification pops up to remind me, all I have to do is tap on the note, and all the files I need are gathered in one place for me to get right to work.

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iWatch reportedly set to debut in September–Gizmag

Ruby on the App Store on iTunes

 

For clients of Ruby Receptionists: Update your whereabouts, view messages, and see all of your company’s call activity in one place. With Ruby Receptionists for iPhone, you have access to your daily call activity on the go. Let the receptionists know when you’re available to take calls with a flick of the wheel.

—NOTE—

To take advantage of Ruby Receptionists for iPhone, you must be a current user of Ruby Receptionists live virtual receptionist service and have a Member Services username and password. To learn more about Ruby, please visit us at http://www.callruby.com. If you are a current Ruby client and need assistance logging in, please contact 866-611-7829 or staff@callruby.com.

—MOBILE FEATURES—

- view your company’s account information to access forwarding phone numbers

- update your whereabouts to temporarily change the instructions that receptionists will follow

- view your company’s detailed messages, call activity, and “assist” activity

- save contact info from calls and messages directly to your address book

- one touch to access invoice history and update your credit card information

- one touch to call or email Ruby

- receive push notifications for new messages

Click here to download from App Store on iTunes.

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Civil Code changes to protect animal rights in Quebec | CTV News

Civil Code changes to protect animal rights in Quebec | CTV News.

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Once the Civil Code is amended, cats, dogs and other animals will no longer be considered as “personal property” but as living, “sentient” creatures. That is a formula that has already been adopted by several European countries.

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