So far, called The River, we’ll probably look back at the Gmail dust-up with.befuddlement" wrote Slates Paul Boutin one of the journalists whose pro-Gmail stances Google linked to in its response to the privacy flap Mostly we do: In 2012 the last time Google issued an official count Gmail had 425 million active users which suggests that discomfort with its approach to advertising is a minority view The issue has never vanished entirely though It’s still in the courts and Microsoft continues to tell consumers that it’s a reason to use Outlookcom Hotmail’s successor A Decade Later One remarkable thing about Gmail that wasn’t obvious in 2004: Its creators built it to last The current incarnations of Outlookcom and Yahoo Mail have nothing to do with the email services Microsoft and Yahoo offered 10 years ago But Gmail–despite having added features more or less continuously and gone through some significant redesigns–is still Gmail “I can’t think of another app that has existed so close to its original form for 10 years” says Fox “Someone who had only used Gmail in its first iteration and suddenly used it today would still understand Gmail They’d know how to use it for virtually everything they’d want to do” “What makes the product what it is really comes from the continuous focus on the types of problems we’re trying to solve for our users” says Alex Gawley Gmail’s current product manager “If you look back to 2004 the big problems email users were facing were having to delete messages for lack of storage not being able to find messages and crazy amounts of spam” Today the big opportunities include making Gmail more action-oriented–which Google is doing with features such as live flight status information displayed within messages–and reimagining it for mobile devices such as phones and tablets Gawley says challenges like those are enough to keep the Gmail team busy for the next half-decade Of course no matter how inventive Gmail remains it’s now the establishment When newfangled apps and services such as Mailbox and Alto come along the experience they’re reimagining is one created by Gmail more than any other single email client over the last decade The creators of any new service would be thrilled to do to Google what Google did to Microsoft and Yahoo in 2004 Gmail’s creator Paul Buchheit in March 2014 Annie Harper Then again some of the issues email still has may not lend themselves to the sort of problem-solving Silicon Valley knows how to tackle When I dropped Buchheit a line at his Gmail address asking to chat with him for this story I got an automated message explaining that he was on hiatus from emailchecking in but only sporadically Did Gmail’s creator think that email was broken all over again "The problem with email now is that the social conventions have gotten very bad” Buchheit told me once wed made contact “Theres a 24/7 culture where people expect a response It doesnt matter that its Saturday at 2 am–people think youre responding to email People are no longer going on vacation People have become slaves to email" "Its not a technical problem It cant be solved with a computer algorithm Its more of a social problem" Sounds like the man who fixed email in 2004 is saying that the only folks who can fix it in 2014 and beyond are those of us who use it–and sometimes abuse it–it every day Contact us at editors@timecomThe All Progressives Congress APC governorship candidate in Rivers State Dr Dakuku Peterside has said what the country needs at the moment is a president with a strong character and direction to lead the country adding that the presidential candidate of APC General Muhammadu Buhari is the only viable option for the country to move forward Peterside disclosed this during an interactive session in Port Harcourt describing Buhari as a transparent and experienced leader He called on the people of the South-South region to disregard attempts to portray Buhari as a religious bigot He said: “Only very few persons in 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