Filed under: Cloud | Tags: Alias, Cloud, Email, Gmail, Google |
Hey, did you know that while Gmail does not offer traditional email aliases, there is a workaround?
You can receive messages sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. For example, messages sent to email@example.com are delivered to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can set up filters to automatically direct these messages to Trash, apply a label or star, skip the inbox, or forward to another email account.
So if you need a quick temp address (say when you are setting up another twitter account), this a quick way of getting a “new” address without a whole lot of mucking about.
photo credit: Zabowski
Filed under: Cloud | Tags: Court, Google |
CC photo credit: inju
Three stories of internet technology making its way into the courts:
Round 1: Judge orders lawyer to stop Googling potential jurors during Voir Dire.
Round 2: Conviction overturned due to iPhone using juror.
Round 3: Facebook is now court evidence.
Go read! It’s good stuff.
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