Google introduced a "Mic Drop" button in Gmail that let users block all replies to an email. It did not go well.
This morning, Clinton and Sanders call for the governor of Michigan to resign over Flint's water crisis, a gunman shot himself dead after a shooting spree in Australia, Kesha receives a human rights award, and more.
"Something big is going down," warned the anonymous hoaxer in the message that led the Los Angeles Unified School District to cancel classes on Tuesday.
"I once sent my girlfriend-at-the-time a text that said 'I'm going to make your vagina cry.' By mistake, I sent it to my mom."
In the span of a couple decades, email has gone from being a novelty to an innovation to a convenience to a necessity to a nuisance. Let's just get rid of it.
They Allege New Zealand is collecting email, phone, and social media communications and sharing it with the NSA.
The following correspondence is from a manuscript of emails titled "Letters of Interest," by Fred Sasaki. Subjects arise from spam and angst, anger and absurdity, frustration and fuckall—Eros and Thanatos from inbox to inbox. Enter to witness non-consensu…
With spam, we've got something that everyone hates, something that is illegal to varying degrees around the world, and something that has, for the internet, amazing longevity. Why?
Jul 31, 2008
You know what? No letters page this month. You know why? Because we aren't receiving enough real letters.
How old are the editors writing your headlines? I get irony, I helped re-invent it after the 70s were over. You guys have given the words "gay" and "lame" the same meaning.
We don't know what she's talking about, but this is the first handwritten letter we've gotten in years and look how pretty it is. It's like an antique. I wonder if she used a feather dipped in ink to write it.