Joy of Gmail
Tuesday, May 25, 2004
Despite my assertions that I can't give out Gmail accounts to everyone who emails me, about 20 strangers a day are doing just that. I'm sorry folks, but that's part of what a 'limited beta' means. Please don't send me resumes documenting how you've been an 'email professional' for 20 years, or how you'd be a great beta tester because you beta tested for Prodigy, AOL, and eWorld.

Part of being a good beta tester for a wide-use product is just being a normal, ordinary girlperson. (kidding!)

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Hi, I'm Kevin Fox.
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I post most frequently on Twitter as @kfury and on Google Plus.


I've led design at Mozilla Labs, designed Gmail 1.0, Google Reader 2.0, FriendFeed, and a few special projects at Facebook.

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