Tag: email

Stop Validating Email Addresses With Your Complex Regex

Stop Validating Email Addresses With Your Complex Regex – davidcelis.com. Email validation regex at some points feels like an unsolvable problem. David argues against email validation at all and acknowledges the possibility of just sending the email to the entered address. There are some pros and cons to the technique, but it’s an interesting idea.

Posted: October 16, 2012

Please stop using (at) email [dot] com

Please stop using (at) email [dot] com – garmr. This gently jabbing request reminds me of the days some years ago when I did absolutely everything in my power to thwart efforts of the big bad spammers. Then Gmail came along and I completely forgot about it. Spam detection algorithms are awesome nowadays, be sure […]

Posted: June 07, 2012

HTML Email Boilerplate v0.4

HTML Email Boilerplate v0.4. I’m a huge fan of boilerplates… for studying. I’m even more a fan of boilerplates that realize their place and provide the service of solid documentation. HTML email is ugly. Sure, there are some experts in that field that are really doing some magical things, but every time an HTML email […]

Posted: June 07, 2011

Improving Your Process: Boosting Productivity

A common goal among people is to work hard, and to work smart. I try to keep this in mind as much as I possibly can, and I’ve got a strong interest in finding new and improved ways to work more rapidly and intelligently. With that comes a constant change in my day to day ‘routine’ (or lack there of), whether it be what time I get up, what I sit down at my desk and do first, or what I save for the end of the day.

Posted: January 07, 2008

Standards, Semantics, Accessibility, and HTML Email

You can love email, you can hate email. An opinion can vary from one extreme to the other when asking any group of people, but almost everyone using the Internet spends part of their day sending, receiving, and reading email. One thing that the majority can agree on is having a dislike for HTML emails. […]

Posted: December 04, 2006