Worried about people snooping through your inbox? A canary will not only provide you information with whom is peeking through your e-mail, it will send you an SMS, including the IP number it was accessed from.
Do you feel like you are suffering from chronic work-related stress? Do trivial things, like an overloaded inbox, seem like a huge crisis to you? These illusions of false emergencies can lock your body into a false crisis mentality. Read more to learn how to shut off these responses as well as techniques to battle stress.
Going on vacation, but can't seem to relax? Put away all of your electronics! You went on a vacation to get rid of the work e-mails and Facebook drama. Need help on how to unplug? This article gives great tips on how to get away from all of your digital gadgets.
So you've polished off second servings of turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, cornbread, cranberry sauce and even a slice of grandma's pumpkin pie -- what's next on your Thanksgiving agenda? According to a new study it may be checking your work email. Email software company Xobni found 59% of U.S. working adults will check work email over holidays. Gone are the days of leaving your work at the office, here are the days of 24/7/365 connectivity. While some issues can't be avoided, we urge you to lay off the work email on your mobile device and focus on the football game on the television this Turkey Day.
Google has settled a lawsuit over privacy issues with its Buzz service. Every gmail user in the US got an e-mail briefly summarizing the settlement and explaining that as a response to the lawsuit, the company has set aside $8.5 million, much of which will go toward supporting organizations promoting privacy education and policy on the web. If you're a US Google user and didn't get the email, you might want to check your spam folder.
No matter how many precautions we take, it's almost impossible to block out all spam. You may never respond to spam, but as long as someone, somewhere does, it will always exist, according to Wired.com.