Saturday, 26 July 2008


On the 14th of July I leaved Turin. I'm at home!
Here I discovered how much human being became a sort of animal of fixed habits.
Wake up, dress up, quick breakfast (or any), a running session, shower, lunch.
After that usually follows a short break and a whole afternoon to the beach.
The night is the worst part of the day: always and forever in this little town.
No changes.
So, I'm trying a new way of scheduling my time. No long term deadlines or decisions.
ToDo lists aren't always the right solution.
Here a link to time management and organization. (I hope to add as soon as possible a link to an useful whitepaper I picked long time ago)

Thursday, 10 July 2008

Mail Android: now rendering rich content!

Mail Android is complete!

The application is a small mail client, capable of retrieving emails both using POP3 and IMAP protocols. Both protocols can be used under SSL Security enhancement.
It supports multiple user accounts and mail accounts. Even if a mobile phone is usually a personal device, this feature could be useful within a company.
In fact, these phones are shared by different employees and each one has different email accounts to keep track of.

RadioHead: Nude song reinvented?

Tuesday, 1 July 2008

Mail Android updated

In this screenshot is shown the content of a POP3 Folder. Notice that only Subject and From field were fetched from the entire message (less data to transfer).

Mail Android screens

A small preview... Login screen of "Mail Android" application.

It is a screenshot of the account list. From there, you can edit, create or access to your email account. Mail Android supports both POP3 and IMAP protocols.