I’ve been running this blog for a very long time now. The Archives page links back to all the months and years (all the way to the first post back on October 21, 2001) of all kinds of posts – random rants, movie reviews, technical posts, and day summaries. But who does read the archives ever, right?
Well, if you are running a WordPress site with lots of content, and you want to rediscover some of your old gems, there is an excellent plugin that helps with that – “This Day in History“. I have a widget, powered by that very plugin, both on the front page of the site (showing posts from the same day in previous years), and on every post page (showing posts from the same day of the post in different years).
Today I found this short post about email and Microsoft Outlook:
There was a time, when I used to love email. I loved receiving email, and reading it. Replying to email. Or just writing up some new email. Occasionally, forward email. I loved searching through email. Or categorizing it. Or archiving email. I loved quoting email. And I loved email with attachments. But now, I pretty much hate all of that. Thank you, MS Outlook.
Which made me think of the IT Crowd TV series, the very first episode of the very first season, where Jen was going through the interview:
I’ve always been a big fan of IT Crowd, in particular for its accurate take on the corporate culture. Obviously, I thought of myself more like the Roy character, not Jen:
Given that the post was written in 2012, and this episode came out in 2006, I was probably mocking it, but I don’t remember for sure. Anyways, it’s fun.
Oh, and by the way, if you were wondering what’s a better email client, here is the post just for you.