Member since: Nov 14th, 2007
Apr 21st 2008 10:15PM Mark,Isn't that simply because the shot clock shows 24 from 24 seconds left until 23 seconds left? Therefore if the possession starts at 24.1 seconds, after .1 seconds elapse, the shot clock will read 24 even as the game clock counts down 23.9, 23.8, 23.7 and only switch to 23 at 23.1 seconds left in the game. So the shot clock could count from 24 to 0 instead of 24.9 to .9 and it wouldn't make any difference. It still would read 1 for the period from 1 second left down to 0, and would still go off after 24 seconds elapsed. The fact that it "starts counting at 24.9 seconds" and goes off at .9 seconds instead of counting from 24 seconds and going off at 0 seconds seems irrelevant.
Mar 5th 2008 8:16PM Jason, for people who are too intimidated by the size of their inbox to go for half right away, they might want to consider my 10-a-day plan: http://www.emaildashboard.com/2006/08/inbox_survival_.html
Feb 6th 2008 12:19AM Jason,Just wanted to mention that IMS 4 downgrades to the free IMS Personal product when the 60-day trial expires. The free product includes thread grouping, email prioritization, and other inbox management features.http://www.clearcontext.com/products/inbox_manager.html
Nov 14th 2007 1:38PM Building out profiles and things like that is nice, but for the contacts that matter, you already know all that information. Taking advantage of the context and information stored within email is a much more powerful opportunity. More in this blog post: http://www.emaildashboard.com/2007/11/inbox-20---emai.html
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