.. and it is good to be reminded …
… how good Clean My Mac is. Speed Up EMail it says .. and tucked away to the side we see “Various mailbox issues”.
I had one. Smart Folders highlighting messages as unread – when in fact there weren’t even messages in the folder – read OR unread. I have had this issue before – and it has ended up with stuff like deleting ‘plists’ – and no – you don’t want to be doing that lightly – but in the end it worked. But it is time-consuming and you can accidentally destroy stuff and cause yourself problems.
Today I opened up CleanMyMac. I ran the speed up mail process, and less than a minute later all the ghosts had gone.
M A G I C
Take a look for yourself – you can get a free trial if you don’t believe me – but I have had this software on my last three Macs and in a clean set up is the second app I install. (Right after 1Password)
Or did they sell their customer’s phone numbers?
Or maybe the completion of the Yahoo acquisition has triggered something?
Whatever it is – until today I had never received a single piece of spam as text through my phone … and maybe one spam phone call every couple of months.
Today, I have received 7 spam texts and 5 spam phone calls … and we still are only half way through the day.
What’s up with that?
Make Sure Everyone Knows
Curiously, some of the people I think SHOULD be supportive of Net Neutrality are not …
Just Amongst The Dave’s
Here’s Dave Winer on why he thinks Net neutrality is an issue for a set of big companies relative to another set. Users don’t have a reason to support one …
… I don’t agree, but there are other views – Dave Weinberger on why he thinks Net neutrality still matters. A lot.
This Time It’s Bugs
This post from Dave Winer makes for a fascinating read – and allows you to get your inner geek on … two extracts …
But my code was erroneously constructing the permalink by smashing together the hour, month and second.
.. Or A Peek Into The Future?
Interesting read … and I for one doff my cap to anyone that can achieve this. Massive kudos. In the reading, I happened to note three things …
1) Valuation : Over $1 Billion
2) Revenue : $80 Million
3) Total Staff Count : 700
Which means that revenue per staff member is roughly $115K per person Here’s an interesting chart …