SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileIf you’ve ever sent an angry email to your boss or an embarrassing rant to an ex, you’ve probably wished there was a magic button that could take it back.Well, Google is testing a new Gmail feature that allows users to stop the delivery of an email up to 30 seconds after clicking “Send,” CNN reports.The feature, called “Undo Send,” comes courtesy of Google Labs, which lets users play around with new Google applications and provide feedback to the engineers. “Undo Send” delays the message from being sent, giving you a chance to change your mind about it.Originally, the feature’s delay was set to five seconds, but Google has now tweaked it so you can choose a delay of up to 30 seconds, which may be just enough time for you to catch an email you may later regret writing.Have you ever sent an email you wish you could take back? How did you deal with it? Share your email stories with the community, or let us know your tips on avoiding email gaffes.Have you ever regretted sending an email?online survey(This poll is not scientific. It is based on readers’ responses.)Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports.
Feigen said that Brazilian prosecutors gave him the option of either paying a fine or waiting a month while an investigation was conducted, so he agreed to pay a fine to a charity. Initially, he says, prosecutors wanted $31,500 (in American dollars) and 15 days of community service in exchange for the return of his passport, which he says he had voluntarily provided. When his American lawyer rejected that amount, the fine was raised to nearly $47,000..
The Seven Weeks WarOn the outbreak of war on the 14th June 1866, von Moltke had two armies to face: 270,000 Austrian and Saxon troops in the south east, and 120,000 Hanoverian and southern German troops in the north west and south. Total Prussian forces were smaller by around 60,000 men. Von Moltke sent 278,000 troops against Austria and Saxony, leaving just 48,000 to face the various other German armies.
One really cool surprise for me was when one of them gave me a book he started using in a class he taught. It was very good and I never would have heard about it without him. I’ve included the link below if you’re interested.. Bring them a treat (dessert, donuts, ice cream, cake) for all of you to share. If there’s some bad history between you, then you should just apologize for your part in it, and don’t say anything about what they did wrong. Just apologize and say you want to start over.