Email is a way to communicate.

My email client of choice is mac OS' default Mail.app application. Of course I use a client. Feel free to leave me a message: bouncepaw2 at at at ya.ru. I have other addresses. Use them, if you know them. All of them are temporary.

I do not like email, I would've chosen a different technology for communication of this sort, if there was a worthy alternative. The biggest problem is text. Email hasn't solved text yet. There are two camps. One camp sends HTML-formatted messages, the other camp sends hard wrapped plain-text messages, which might be even worse.

Also, for some reason, for normies, emails is no more than a rubbish bin that collects service messages for registration and receipts. I despise that.

Seems like the solution to the text display problem.

forlater is an email-based bookmarking service. You send us an email with a link (or links), and receive a readable, clutter-free version of the article in an email.

Now I use my inbox as a to do list of sorts. Emails are only there as long as they're relevant. Confirmation of a table reservation at a restaurant? It's at most relevant until the date of the booking has past. Archive it.

2010. Opinions are the same as 2022.

Different views here.