Today, the term artificial intelligence is a lot like a baseball at a tee-ball game, it gets thrown around a lot, albeit not very accurately. Often in the rush to brand something as trendy, all meaning gets tossed out the window. So when I saw Trove in the iOS App Store claiming to bring AI to email, I was skeptical.
This is a great writeup from Max Mortillaro about moving from Gmail to ProtonMail, an end-to-end encrypted email service. It’s an interesting evaluation of the service, but also of switching primary email addresses in 2017. At first, I thought that would be the least interesting part of the piece. As I thought more about it, this is really the whole point of the article.
Paul Robichaux from Paul’s Down-Home Page comments: Well, this is gonna be fun: Microsoft just released a new native mail/calendar/contacts app (which they’re calling “OWA”) for the iPhone and iPad. A few quick notes: Read more at: Microsoft releases new OWA apps for iPhone, iPad
Lately I’ve been doing a lot of work in a lab environment. Some of the work I’m doing is quite important to me so I decided to workout a way I can backup my VM’s onto a backup device. To my surprise this was pretty simple to do.