RIP Thread


#884

Google Inbox is going away early next year.

I use(d) a number of its features aggressively - bundling, snoozing, pinning, etc. Some of those have appeared in Gmail proper apparently, but I’m giving Spark a spin on my Apple devices as a replacement. Email habits die hard though.


#885

95 days after losing cat #1, we’ve had to let #2 go.

They were born about 5 weeks apart, so she lived about 2 months longer (net) than he did. Maybe we could have done something that would have given her a couple more weeks, but at what cost to her quality of life?


#886

Oh, that’s hard. I’m so sorry for your losses. :cry:


#887

Very sorry for your losses, @dakboy. I’d have made the same decision in that situation, I think.


#888

Condolences @dakboy


#889

My condolences, @dakboy. :frowning:


#890

I got migrated to the ‘new’ Gmail interface (which uses bits of the stuff they’re killing off as I understand" and it’s seriously not great so far. Much slower to load for no real value besides a new look, it seems.


#891

Agreed. I like Inbox’s cleanness and focus on current messages. Given that I never delete messages, Gmail’s normal interface looks cluttered as hell now.


#892

You can revert to the previous look if you want. It’s in your settings.


#893

Star Wars Producer Gary Kurtz


#894

Charles Aznaavour - I was first introduced to his music in my French class in high school.


#895

Drokk!

Greatest panel ever.
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#896

We lost another of our Pokemon Go community. This is the second in a month.


#897

Whoa… is there any more information?


#898

The article has been updated. He ran to the edge of the cliff to take in the view, and the edge crumbled out from under him. :frowning:


#899

:disappointed_relieved: That must have been an awful way to die. I hope his family is okay.


#900

I feel really bad for his friend who climbed down on a rope to try to save him, and then ended up hanging on to the body as hard as he could until help arrived so it wouldn’t wash out to sea.
Edit:
Updated article


#901

God that must have been one of worst day of the friends life.


#902

Google+


#903

My friend Fred, 48, of sepsis brought on by complications from diabetes. You left us too soon, buddy.