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Email Interfaces
    for your
Ruby Applications
About Me
Why an Email
 Interface?
Everyone has it.
Everyone gets it.
Inherent attention.
Gradual
engagement.
Embedded identity.
Resurrect dead data.
Other people’s
programming.
The actual mobile web.
Asynchronicity.
The need for speed.
It’s brutally productive.
Make the internet
  work for us.
The Downside
Poor fit
Power-users only
Support
headaches
Spam
No feedback
(Potentially)
   Slow
Styles of Interaction
Links
NetFlix
CraigsList
gCal
Reply
Google
Groups
Basecamp
Lighthouse
Command Line
Remember
 the Milk
I Want
 Sandy
3mindMe
Forwarding
TripIt
TrackMyShipments
Highrise
User-Generated
   Content
Posterous
Flickr
Rate It All
Elements of the
   Interface
The TO: address
TripIt
Tumblr
Posterous
3mindMe
The Subject
Hiveminder
Flickr
Posterous
The Body
Remember
 the Milk
TripIt
I Want Sandy
The Attachments
Backpack
Flickr
Posterous
This is how
 we do it
Receiving
Postfix
POP/IMAP
Lamson
Fetching
Postfix Filter
TMail::MailDir
Fetcher
Long-Running Process
Monit
Cron
Lockfile
Processing
TMail
mms2r
RESTfully
Astrotrain
Testing
Fixtures
Thanks!
• http://speakerrate.com/talks/1539
• http://delicious.com/deisinger/emailtalk
• Twitter: @deisinger
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  • Transcript of "Email Interfaces for your Ruby Applications"

    1. 1. Email Interfaces for your Ruby Applications
    2. 2. About Me
    3. 3. Why an Email Interface?
    4. 4. Everyone has it.
    5. 5. Everyone gets it.
    6. 6. Inherent attention.
    7. 7. Gradual engagement.
    8. 8. Embedded identity.
    9. 9. Resurrect dead data.
    10. 10. Other people’s programming.
    11. 11. The actual mobile web.
    12. 12. Asynchronicity.
    13. 13. The need for speed.
    14. 14. It’s brutally productive.
    15. 15. Make the internet work for us.
    16. 16. The Downside
    17. 17. Poor fit
    18. 18. Power-users only
    19. 19. Support headaches
    20. 20. Spam
    21. 21. No feedback
    22. 22. (Potentially) Slow
    23. 23. Styles of Interaction
    24. 24. Links
    25. 25. NetFlix
    26. 26. CraigsList
    27. 27. gCal
    28. 28. Reply
    29. 29. Google Groups
    30. 30. Basecamp
    31. 31. Lighthouse
    32. 32. Command Line
    33. 33. Remember the Milk
    34. 34. I Want Sandy
    35. 35. 3mindMe
    36. 36. Forwarding
    37. 37. TripIt
    38. 38. TrackMyShipments
    39. 39. Highrise
    40. 40. User-Generated Content
    41. 41. Posterous
    42. 42. Flickr
    43. 43. Rate It All
    44. 44. Elements of the Interface
    45. 45. The TO: address
    46. 46. TripIt
    47. 47. Tumblr
    48. 48. Posterous
    49. 49. 3mindMe
    50. 50. The Subject
    51. 51. Hiveminder
    52. 52. Flickr
    53. 53. Posterous
    54. 54. The Body
    55. 55. Remember the Milk
    56. 56. TripIt
    57. 57. I Want Sandy
    58. 58. The Attachments
    59. 59. Backpack
    60. 60. Flickr
    61. 61. Posterous
    62. 62. This is how we do it
    63. 63. Receiving
    64. 64. Postfix
    65. 65. POP/IMAP
    66. 66. Lamson
    67. 67. Fetching
    68. 68. Postfix Filter
    69. 69. TMail::MailDir
    70. 70. Fetcher
    71. 71. Long-Running Process
    72. 72. Monit
    73. 73. Cron
    74. 74. Lockfile
    75. 75. Processing
    76. 76. TMail
    77. 77. mms2r
    78. 78. RESTfully
    79. 79. Astrotrain
    80. 80. Testing
    81. 81. Fixtures
    82. 82. Thanks! • http://speakerrate.com/talks/1539 • http://delicious.com/deisinger/emailtalk • Twitter: @deisinger
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