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  1. Lifehacker is one of my favorites. Their piece on using Gmail totally changed how I deal with a flood of email.

    Another great thing they introduced me to was the magic of text substitution – (mac one works great, I assume the PC one does as well!)

    That photo block thing looks cool. I bet my daughter would love making those.

  2. Lifehacker is one of my favorites. Their piece on using Gmail totally changed how I deal with a flood of email.

    Another great thing they introduced me to was the magic of text substitution – (mac one works great, I assume the PC one does as well!)

    That photo block thing looks cool. I bet my daughter would love making those.

  3. I am the most uncool blogger on the planet, then. Subscribed, then unsubscribed to Lifehacker. I am not made for that kind of life micromanagement. Some cool tips, yes, but accepting comments only from “insiders” really turned me off.

  4. I am the most uncool blogger on the planet, then. Subscribed, then unsubscribed to Lifehacker. I am not made for that kind of life micromanagement. Some cool tips, yes, but accepting comments only from “insiders” really turned me off.

  5. I got to interview Gina for the nonprofit tech assistance project NetSquared a few weeks ago: http://netsquared.org/gina It was pretty cool alright.

    Perhaps if you’re not cool enough to write for Lifehacker, Robert, you’d feel better if you did an interview with Net Squared too.

  6. I got to interview Gina for the nonprofit tech assistance project NetSquared a few weeks ago: http://netsquared.org/gina It was pretty cool alright.

    Perhaps if you’re not cool enough to write for Lifehacker, Robert, you’d feel better if you did an interview with Net Squared too.