If anyone is looking into buying an e-reader, this is your guide.
If you’re not digging Google’s new design kick, you might try adjusting the page density down to compact. The default setting is too airy for me and I have a difficult time navigating the page without thinking. Setting the density to compact makes the page make more sense to my eyes (possibly because the layout is more similar to the previous version of Gmail).
(I’d like to point out here that this setting is in yet another gear menu on the right side just above the ad banner and below the
top menu bar two top menu bars. There are 3 settings menus in Gmail now.)
If you want to know more about mail clients and how to set them up, ask me!
If you’re like me and lamenting the recent changes to Google Reader, may I humbly recommend investing in the Reeder app for iPhone, iPad (shown above), and Mac.
Reeder provides a far superior interface and always has. The Google Reader mobile site is almost unusable in my opinion and now that the desktop web interface is slow and has no social features, I feel no desire to visit the site. Each Reeder app costs money, but they’ve been well-worth it to me for the improved experience of checking my RSS feeds (which I do for work as well as pleasure).
The developer has been very active and communicative which makes me want to trust the apps more. The website has a great overview and screenshots of all the apps so you can poke around and get a good feel for the apps before purchasing.
If you want to check them out, here is the order I recommend in terms of which I enjoy the most:
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