“I have never had a president who inspired me the way people tell me that my father inspired them. But for the first time, I believe I have found the man who could be that president — not just for me, but for a new generation of Americans.”—A President Like My Father - Caroline Kennedy
“…Google will start looking for names that are repeatedly registered and dropped within a five-day grace period for full refunds. Google’s AdSense program would exclude those names so no one can generate advertising revenue from claiming them temporarily, a practice known as domain name tasting…”—Had not heard about this one. At least Google is trying to offset their evil now. Google Combats Domain Name Loophole
For that mail to then be marked as read in Gmail (preferred, but optional).
For that mail to stay in the Gmail inbox.
For that mail to later download to Mail.app on my Mac (along with mail sent from the phone).
At that time for it to be archived from the Gmail inbox to All Mail.
This is the way I have been using my iPhone and email since I activated the phone in July, save a brief test with Gmail IMAP when it was first introduced. (I decided my current system worked best for my needs.)
When I upgraded to 1.1.3, all hell broke loose and I cannot get it back the way it was. If anyone knows the mystical combination of settings between the iPhone, Gmail and Mail.app I need to configure to get it to do that again, please take pity on me. I’ve read all the relevant information posted by Google and Apple. None of it is any help.
If you work at Apple or Gmail and can either help or confirm it is no longer possible. That would be super-awesome.
After a year off, Mantastic - the competition where visual effects artists vie for votes on their one-month growth of facial hair in “the dopest styles in history” - is back. Pick a horse and follow his progress. Don’t forget to check out 2006 to see how it all went down.
“The passionate worker doesn’t show up because she’s afraid of getting in trouble, she shows up because it’s a hobby that pays. The passionate worker is busy blogging on vacation… because posting that thought and seeing the feedback it generates is actually more fun than sitting on the beach for another hour. The passionate worker tweaks a site design after dinner because, hey, it’s a lot more fun than watching TV.”—Seth’s Blog: Workaholics