Official Google Blog: Introducing Google Buzz

Official Google Blog: Introducing Google Buzz: “We’ve relied on other services’ openness in order to build Buzz (you can connect Flickr and Twitter from Buzz in Gmail), and Buzz itself is not designed to be a closed system. Our goal is to make Buzz a fully open and distributed platform for conversations. We’re building on ...

Don’t Stop at Gmail | The Hoya

Don’t Stop at Gmail | The Hoya: “Georgetown has never been on the cutting edge of technology. Changes to our e-mail system and wireless service have come slowly, and the university is still in the process of revamping data security following a major security breach last semester. Here is an opportunity to cut costs without ...

GMail Supports IMAP

Just logged into my GMail account and noticed that IMAP is now supported — configured into Apple mail and seems to be working like a charm 🙂 — this may be enough to get me to switch to Google Apps for the whole shebang when it makes its way over there.

Pop Goes the GMail

Pop Goes the GMail is a small Gmail -> POP3 converter that someone wrote for Windows. It seems interesting, but most of the neat GMail features are actually more to do with the web interface, so it seems like you’d be giving up most of the benefits of the service. ——–