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Time Traveling The Net

Check out what the Internet looked like in 1995 in an episode of Computer Chronicles. Topics include: filtering electronic mail in Eudora, using an FTP site, and video streaming a live rock and roll band.
posted by rageagainsttherobots on Mar 27, 2013 - 39 comments

Steve Dorner, creator of Eudora, has cancer

Steve Dorner (old Times coverage), creator of E-mail software Eudora, has cancer. Treatment is going reasonably well. (Via)
posted by joeclark on Jan 9, 2011 - 13 comments

The woman my e-mail client is named after ...

The woman my e-mail client is named after ... has passed away. R.I.P. Eudora Welty.
posted by allaboutgeorge on Jul 23, 2001 - 13 comments

Eudora Releases 5.1...

Eudora Releases 5.1... an incremental release is seldom worth a post, but with 5.1 comes support for SSL! Which makes me very happy: our SysAdmin banned us from hooking up to our mail server until we had an e-mail client that was A) SSL-enabled and B) not a product of Microsoft... finally! I can get my corporate e-mail without having it forwarded to my Yahoo! e-mail account! : )
posted by silusGROK on Apr 23, 2001 - 18 comments

"Moodwatch" now in Eudora 5.0

"Moodwatch" now in Eudora 5.0 "Moodwatch" is, apparantly, something that "watches" for offensive language in your e-mail and then rates your mail accordingly.

According to Eudora, "MoodWatch can detect aggressive, demeaning or rude language in the email you send and receive by looking at both individual words and complete phrases."

I find this to be pretty disturbing. Okay, so right now it can't be used to censor, and right now it can be turned off. But suppose, at some point in the future, it can be used to censor, it's on all the time, and your employer is monitoring the content of everyone's mail to ensure that no one's offending anyone else?

And who decided on the standard for offensiveness to begin with? If you look in their example, use of the phrase "what are you thinking?" was enough to get the highest "offensiveness" rating. What the fuck??!!

Oh, damn. There's those three chillis.
posted by metrocake on Sep 12, 2000 - 13 comments

Qualcomm has announced that the next version of Eudora Pro will be free.

Qualcomm has announced that the next version of Eudora Pro will be free. This is my favorite email client and I'm glad to see them opening it up to everyone. I just hope the ad-free version is cheap, I don't know where they plan to fit two banner ads into the interface, it's already pretty cluttered.
posted by mathowie on Dec 9, 1999 - 1 comment

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