New Gmail Inbox

New Gmail Inbox

Heres some great news for gmail users……Inbox By Gmail

My first day using inbox for gmail and it is like a breath of fresh air. It arranges your email in logical groupings allow you quick tick as read, reader later ( even specify how later) and even set yourself quick reminders. It really is a very productive way of speeding through your gmail inbox.

Was a bit nervous at first but within a hour was getting through my inbox much quicker and really like it.  Now have it on my ipad, android device and on pc and linux browsers. All very smooth and efficient.

Really like the reminder facility – not just for emails but for anything that comes into your mind just click the blue reminder button and quickly send yourself a reminder at a time and date you wish.

This takes gmail to a new level of efficiency and the only thing  I could not figure out was how to create an email – thats just because it was staring me in the face as  a floating red button.

Worried you might not like it after you log in – you can continue to use old and new formats by using mail.google.com to access your existing gmail account and using inbox.google.com to access the efficient new Inbox for google.

 

The bad news is that its by invitation only  or by registering and waiting  More info here

Or you could google “Get an invite to inbox” and use one of the workarounds.

Summary:-

Inbox by Google……A huge improvement at making it easier to work through your inbox.

 

New High for Irish Creativity

New High for Irish Creativity

Today I read that Dublin’s National Digital Research Centre is amongst the top 2.5 percent start-up incubators in the World! Fantastic!Hexacopter with camera at studio

This morning I read about the United States of America banning (temporarily) quadcopters from public areas including large national parks. Here in Ireland we like to think outside the box and find more creative ways to use these mini-drones.

Recently, I also read about Amazon’s Jeff Bezos researching delivering to customers by Quadcopters, but it seems it’s back in the research lab as we have not had any recent updates.

Today, I read about real down to earth Irish Entrepreneurial spirit whereby a local organisation – with prisoners’ welfare at heart – have been experimenting with delivering directly to prisoners in a Dublin prison. Think of the savings: no requirement to have items scanned, recorded, paperwork, checking, and all that takes up so much time of prison officers valuable time, just a directly delivery via quadcopter of some recreational drugs (nothing heavy – naturally – as this quadcopter has limits to what it can carry).

Clearly, in its early days, as a lot of Irish inventiveness went into this, whereby the control operator loaded his lightweight quadcopter with some small package and, using its onboard camera, guided it over the wall into Wheatfield Prison. While in the process of identifying the person waiting for the delivery in the prison yard, the quadcopter became entangled in some wires (placed over all Irish prisons – following an embarrasing Helicopter breakout in 1973) and crash landed in the prison yard. Prisoners rushed to help clean up the mess created from this crash landing.

What’s important to remember here, is the lateral thinking minds that come up with such uses for quadcopters and how can we focus on getting these great Irish Innovators working with Jeff Bezos to exploit this home delivery service to the maximum so everyone benefits.

If you happen to have any contact with either Jeff Bezos or any his team at Amazon or anyone at the Irish National Digital Research Centre or soon to be Prisoner 3457X678 of Wheatfield Prison and you can put them all in touch, you could be doing a great service to all our futures. So, go on! Make that call and be part of something that gets these great creative minds working together!

It’s a new high for Irish creativity and inventiveness.

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Responsive Web Design

Responsive Web Design

Your website deserves the best way to reach out to as many users as possible. Forget about people selling you a separate smartphone friendly website ( and charging you an ongoing fee for it!- anyway Google is not overly fond of finding two websites belonging to you and having similar content – you are at risk of negative scoring from them!).

Web searches on smartphones are growing at a rate of over 50% per annum. Dont be left behind.

Now is the time to start thinking  about a single website that does not care what size screen your website is being viewed on and which automatically changes its style and layout depending on whether your website is being viewed on a desktop/laptop, an ipad or tablet or any kind of smartphone. Yes – at Handyweb.ie one website does it all.

Checkout our short video that says it all and start talking to us now – you  will be surprised how cost effective and efficient our solutions are. Our web design team deliver creative and clever solutions for clever businesses. Handyweb.ie have the H.Q. in Mullingar, Co. Westmeath and provide quality web services throughout Ireland.

Check out some of our great responsive websites here.

Kilmore Landscapes Responsive Website

Kilmore Landscapes Responsive Website

Kilmore Landscapes cover the midlands of Ireland  offer a high quality domestic and commerical landscaping service.

Kilmore Landscapes chose Handyweb.ie as the web developers and are one of the first to use the latest responsive style websites from Handyweb.ie

Handyweb.ie believe that all new websites now have a requirement to work naturally on any size screen from desktop, laptop, ipad/tablet to the fastest growth area in websites – spartphone usage.  Kilmorelandscapes.ie website works fluently across all these screens sizes. For more information visit

Kilmore Landscapes new website by handyweb.ie

Decking by Kilmore Landscapes

Decking by Kilmore Landscapes

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Kilmore Landscapes have been offering a quality landscape service to domestic and commercial clients in the Midlands of Ireland since 1995 Established by Jon Badrick who obtained a Higher National Diploma in Horticulture in 1988 and has over 25 years experience in all aspects of landscaping During that time we have strived to provide a professional landscape service that offers quality service at a competitive price Following an initial client meeting to discuss their ideas we provide a comprehensive service from design to completion We offer a hard landscaping service including paving for patios or driveways, decking, fencing and water features, and soft landscaping including tree and hedge planting and low maintenance shrub beds. We can design and construct a completely new garden or install new features in to an existing garden.

Further information http://www.kilmorelandscapes.ie

Doran Oil new Website

Doran Oil new Website

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Doran oil is a leading supplier of quality home heating oil, agricultural diesel and commercial fuels. Doran oil is a family run business that provide a friendly and efficient service and goes the extra mile to meet our customer’s needs.  Doran Oil supply a wide hinterland from their Cashel and Thurles Depots in Tipperary.

This quality user friendly website has been designed and developed by handyweb.ie