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OtherInBox handles e-mail overload; knows too much

Very useful e-mail autofiling service is the core of a scary-smart consumer behavior analysis business.

By November 24, 2010


OtherInbox's dirty little secret: It comes with free bacn

OtherInbox helps you fight bacn and spam at the same time, but ends up sending you bacn of its own. Oops.

By September 9, 2008


OtherInbox saves your e-mail from bacn, spam at same time

OtherInbox wants to help you phase out all the bacn you get from various services you've signed up for. It looks like an RSS reader, and it's pretty neat.

By September 8, 2008


The 404 657: Where Santa Jobs and Kenley pay us a visit (podcast)

Kenley fills in for Jeff today and Wilson takes control of the board, so buckle your seat belts for a bumpy ride on today's episode of The 404 Podcast!

By September 1, 2010


Gmail 'Priority Inbox' aims to set aside bologna

New feature sorts mail into three sections: "important and unread," "starred," and "everything else." The latter isn't spam. It's "bologna."

By August 30, 2010


Google Buzz: Privacy nightmare

It makes Facebook-like mistakes right away, opting me in to in-box clutter, publicly revealing my personal contact list, and even appearing to grab photos off my Android phone.

By February 10, 2010


Trendy Terminology: Bacn

The term refers to e-mail that isn't really wanted but isn't really unwanted.

By August 21, 2007


The Real Deal 174: Virtualization

Rafe and Tom explain what virtualization is and how it works, plus take your calls and questions on Windows installations, virtualizing Android, and more.

By August 13, 2009


BOL 1021: Bird-eating blob

While Yahoo and Microsoft are flirting again and video game sales are plummeting, it doesn't matter. We are all going to be eaten soon by the blob of organic material floating by Alaska. It ate a bird, people! Get with it! Seattle is next. Oh and we c

By July 17, 2009


What works: Five Web 2.0 products I still use

Even crusty Web reviewers develop long-term relationships with products. Rafe Needleman shares his favorites of late.

By September 23, 2008