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The FBI today said it has reopened investigations into Hillary Clinton's use of private email server when she was secretar
Sacked unceremoniously, a "shocked" Cyrus Mistry has levelled a series of allegations against Ratan Tata and contended tha
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's campaign has said that the American public wants to see the thousands of em
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump today blamed his rival Hillary Clinton for the email scandal that has hit the
Hillary Clinton has refuted FBI's charge that she was "extremely careless" with classified information as secretary of sta
The FBI today ruled out charging Hillary Clinton after it found no evidence of "intentional misconduct" by the forme
The FBI quizzed Hillary Clinton for three and a half hours as part of a probe into her use of personal email while serving
Democratic White House hopeful Hillary Clinton was quizzed today by the FBI about her use of personal email while serving
Sanatan Sanstha member Virendra Tawde, arrested by the CBI in connection with the 2013 murder of Narendra Dabholkar, had r
Email IDs of all government officials cannot be provided under the Right to Information Act as it could cause a serious se
John Freeman, the acting editor of Granta magazine in WSJ:
We will die, that much is certain; and everyone we have ever loved and cared about will die, too, sometimes—heartbreakingly—before us. Being someone else, traveling the world, making new friends gives us a temporary reprieve from this knowledge, which is spared most of the animal kingdom. Busyness—or the simulated busyness of email addiction—numbs the pain of this awareness, but it can never totally submerge it. Given that our days are limited, our hours precious, we have to decide what we want to do, what we want to say, what and who we care about, and how we want to allocate our time to these things within the limits that do not and cannot change. In short, we need to slow down.
Read the full piece: Not So Fast
Via Manoj Kapur, on, er, e-mail, of course
Google announced a sorely needed product -- The easiest email could possibly be:
G-mail's Sample Autopilot Responses
As more and more everyday communication takes place over email, lots of people have complained about how hard it is to read and respond to every message. This is because they actually read and respond to all their messages.
And then of course, the Guardian, which kept the tradition alive:
Gutter - From Guardian and Twitter
A unique collaboration between The Guardian and Twitter will also see the launch of Gutter, an experimental service designed to filter noteworthy liberal opinion from the cacophony of Twitter updates. Gutter members will be able to use the service to comment on liberal blogs around the web via a new tool, specially developed with the blogging platform WordPress, entitled GutterPress.
And all of the archival material was absolutely priceless. e.g:
Berlin Wall falls! Majority view of Twitterers = it's a historic moment! What do you think??? Have your say
The Economist's announcement was very topical too:
Econoland from The Economist:
"As part of a strategy designed to broaden the revenue base, leverage content over new platforms and promote The Economist brand to a young and dynamic audience, The Economist Group is delighted to announce the development of a public-entertainment facility that combines the magic of a theme park with the excitement of macroeconomics..."
But perhaps nothing as good as the old classic:
Here is a roundup of the day from The Guardian. And here is a fairly comprehensive list on the Wikipedia. Do tell us your favourites. Or perhaps you think this was one of those? No, seriously we didn't even try this time. First forgot and thereon it was just too busy a day. There was this old one from 2001 that we pulled out on the home page. Perhaps too obvious.
So we all know that bit from the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy that goes something like this:
"Arthur Dent?" it said.
Arthur nodded helplessly.
"Arthur Philip Dent?" pursued the alien in a kind of efficient yap.
"Er...er...yes...er...er," confirmed Arthur.
"You're a je