How Google Protects Your Reputation
When intoxicated people, with limited judgment and in a heightened emotional state, pick up the phone, they sometimes call people they shouldn’t, say things they shouldn’t, or in some other way make fools of themselves. It’s called “drunk dialing” – and Google wants to protect its Gmail users from the Internet equivalent: drunk e-mailing.
A new Google feature – “Mail Goggles” – can be activated during late evening hours, or whenever you choose. In order to send an e-mail during that time, you first have to pass a “sobriety test” that consists of math problems. If you’re sober enough to do the math – or realize you can just use a calculator – you’re probably okay to send the e-mail.
(Source: marketingvox.com; gmailblog.blogspot.com)
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