A lot of us receive too many email newsletter updates. After visiting a site that captures our interest, we subscribe to the site’s newsletter. The result? An email inbox jammed with stuff you may or may still want to read, but not “now.”
Your inbox has become a trash bin!
For visually crowded inboxes, there’s Unroll.me, a free online utility that helps you manage your inbox. Spend just a little time setting it up, and:
1. It unsubscribes you from e-mail subscriptions you select.
2. It gathers subscriber list, promotional messages, and other broadcast emails into a summary you’ll receive via email every day, once per day.
Unroll.me works only with Gmail and Yahoo accounts. Chances are, those are one of the platforms you use for email. And, with the massive amount of email many of us receive, and the promise of getting it under control, it’s worth a try.
Bifocal reading glasses are useful for the times you’re working both close and at a distance at the same time. For example, when driving a car. When driving, you have to look out at a distance watching the road and traffic. Distance is when you require no magnification and when you look through the upper Continue reading
This business, this website, was begun as a “lab” to help students learn the basics of e-commerce. It’s served its purpose well and has provided some interesting learning experiences for the “adults” behind the scenes, too. For example, the people who were supposed to benefit from it most, college students of about age 20, don’t Continue reading
Hello! Welcome to VisAcuity.com™, the best site on the web to find cool reading glasses. VisAcuity.com was found in 2006 by Mark Levit, a University Professor and former New York advertising executive. This blog, the VisAcuity.com web site, and Levit are all part of a long story. Mark had a fascination with eyewear at an Continue reading