ZNC is an IRC bouncer server software. Mutter is the iOS client of my choice (was a Colloquy fan for years, but it’s not being actively updated anymore). This is a quick guide on how to receive push notifications each time you get a private message or a keyword (username) is mentioned.
If you’ve watched Westworld, you should be familiar with the voice commands Westworld’s staff uses on the hosts. I wondered if I can remotely lock my MacBook as well, using just my voice. I hardly deliver my commands with Anthony Hopkin’s gravity, but I can now say “Okay, that’s enough” from across the room and my computer will lock… just like that!
It’s been almost two years since I decided to move to Amazon SES for sending emails and I couldn’t be happier. Depending on the projects I’m running, there are times I need to send at least 50.000 emails per month. Here’s a starting guide for developers, written in PHP.
Without services like Amazon SES, email infrastructure can be too expensive for many of us to run. And I don’t even want to think about how time consuming maintaining it is. Once you add the deliverability trouble, outsourcing emails to an external service starts looking more attractive. You don’t want your emails landing in SPAM folders or being rejected, do you?
It’s been a few years since Gmail’s Promotions tab was implemented. Its effect on marketing metrics so far has been surprising.
I have a particular client who is constantly worried about their emails landing in Gmail’s Promotions tab (looking at you, Sofia).
There are three default tabs. Primary being reserved for emails from people you know or important alerts. Under Social you’ll find transactional messages—like your uncle sending you FarmVille requests on Facebook . And last but most least, the Promotions tab, aka. the abyss of marketing and bulk emails we marketers send.