Tips For Staying Above The Email Tide: The New York Times published a neat article over the weekend that offers tips for ways you can cut down on the amount of email you have to sort through on a regular basis. I know many people of a certain age, which honestly is younger than my age, tend to ignore emails because they feel it takes too much time and effort to write, read and reply to emails; but really in the working world – you can’t do that! Not if you don’t want to miss an important email from someone of a vintage that doesn’t text.

So if you too find that same days your inbox has more emails in it than you’d like check out the article, which is titled How to Lighten the Crush of E-Mail, here’s the link:

Apple Board Member Bruce Campbell Talks Discusses Technological Integration: Apple board member Bruce Campbell, who was a good friend of the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs, and is also the Chairman of the Board of the Intuit software company and he spoke to Intuit employees on Friday about personal technology trends. He specifically spoke about how technology is beginning to seamlessly integrate itself into our daily lives in what we might describe as more personal ways – for example, chips in our clothing, high tech thermostats in our homes that can be controlled remotely via apps and the forthcoming high tech wrist watches that will connect to the Internet and no doubt in the near future allow us to essentially wear a small telephone on our writs a la Dick Tracy.

Bloomberg Businessweek offers a relatively short but interesting article that focuses on the Bruce Campbell talk – here’s the link:

Have a great day!

Linda R.


Vance, Ashlee. (2013, April 12). Apple’s ‘Coach’ Campbell Sees Google Glass Starting Era of Intimate Objects. Bloomberg Business Insider. Online.

Wortham, Jenna. (2013, April 10). How to Lighten the Crush of E-Mail. New York Times. Online. 

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