My friend Nat Torkington from O’Reilly Radar points out a few cool email visualization tools, including Mail Trends, and this grab bag of visualizations.
Back from almost 10 days without access to the net, email, etc., and after some exploration of the Yucatán peninsula in Mexico. Swam in warm caribbean waters yesterday morning, and stared at a snowstorm this morning. I can’t remember the… Continue Reading
I just realized that I forgot to blog about some of the exciting things going on in Thunderbird land these days. First, I’m very happy to announce that another engineer has signed up to work full time on Thunderbird —… Continue Reading
In an interview to the London Times, Ray Tomlinson, described as the inventor of e-mail, explains that he uses Thunderbird. The more substantive comment in my mind: Does he think, given the development of other forms of electronic communication such… Continue Reading
One of the topics we’re discussing in Thunderbird dev land involves how to distribute configuration files for Thunderbird, so that if you’re part of a group (users of large ISPs, enterprise users, gmail users, whatever), that the “right” default configuration… Continue Reading
I learn from ROC that Google released the API for contacts. As Robert mentions, it would be really interesting to see what we could do with that. Starting with an extension, but also using it to inform our thinking about… Continue Reading
As a sinner but devout follower of the Church of Tufte and general fan of information display and the like, I’ve been following the work of the Simile group at MIT for a while. Their Exhibit and Timeline projects are… Continue Reading
A few things have happened that I keep meaning to talk about, but never find the time. Tomorrow at 9:30am PST (1730 UTC) is the first weekly status call for Thunderbird (well, first that I know of). It’ll be chaotic… Continue Reading