According to frontbridge these are the top 10 confusing email subjects:
The Top 10 Trickiest Spammer Subject Lines:
1. RE: Information you asked for
3. Check this out!
4. Is this your email?
5. Please resend the email
6. RE: Your order
7. Past due account
8. Please verify your information
9. Version update
10. RE: 4th of July (Or, I am assuming, a close holiday)
I know I have used “hey” as a subject many times… have to try to get a new throwaway subject.
Compiled by me from nationmaster.com
The U.S. at #1 has greater Millitary Expendatures than the top #2-13 countries combined
But at the same time comes in 43rd in the Military Expendatures as Percent of GDP (with 3.2%)
Kinda funny isn’t it?
I have had no end of trouble with iDisk, combined with pictures… I have:
Used iPhoto to make a photopage–> result= didn’t work*
Used homepage to make a photopage–> result= didn’t work*
Put a big bunch of pictures in homepage.mac.com/dwightk/pictures (Pictures folder within sites folder in iDisk)–>result= no acces*
In the first two cases, the page showed up, but all the squares for pictures were blank, in 3 different browsers. In the last case, I get apple’s “homepage not found” page… Any help would be appreciated.
LaunchBar is an application that I want everyone to try if they use OS X. This is a very un-Mac like app that makes it very easy to launch applications. I just hit command-space and start typing a couple letters of any application I want, and when it is the top application in the list hit return/enter.
I say application, but I really mean just about anything… MP3’s, Documents, hyperlinks… After 5 minutes of set-up to tell the application where I keep my Documents/Applications/etc it is set. Every time I log-in it automatically indexes all the locations I set up. This keeps my desktop and dock less cluttered, because I don’t need to put lots of apps either place.