Google’s been spying in my Outbox


Every once in awhile I get a little tipsy. Alright, sometimes I get a lot tipsy. Okay, sometimes I get totally plastered.

At any rate, this state of mind often makes me think I’m incredibly smart, witty and insightful and should share my rare talents with the world. If you are my friend, my lover, my ex-lover, my boss, my neighbor, my cousin, my co-worker or that guy I thought sounded straight in the “ABBA Love” Yahoo chat room, you know what I’m talking about.

The next morning while perusing my email, I sometimes find that perhaps I shouldn’t have gone ahead and hit the Send button.

Now Google has the solution for this temporary affliction. It’s called Mail Goggles. That’s right, it’s like a breathalyzer for your computer only instead of breathing into a machine, Mail Goggles makes you solve a series of math problems before allowing you to send any email. It only works at certain times which are pre-set for late nights on the weekend, but you can set it for self-monitoring too – like if you’re prone to a Sunday brunch of bloody marys at The Alibi.

Considering I can barely do basic math sober, this service could most likely save me from potential disaster, or at the very least major embarrassment, but it certainly would make life a lot less interesting.

Thank god they haven’t invented Phone Goggles.

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9 responses to “Google’s been spying in my Outbox

  1. HAHAHAHA…. remember our drunken joint emails… can you imagine both of doing math as we hope and pray that we can send that prank email to all.

  2. Hey…hey…I didn’t say I was signing up!By the way, I love a man who knows how to use the word “salacious.” Yum.

  3. C’mon, go ahead and post without reservation. We’ll tell you when you’ve gone over the line.

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