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Now that you’re all entered in the lottery in an attempt to snag one of the first thousand accounts of LionMail, take a look at these super secret screenshots of what it’ll look like….which is essentially the Gmail interface with the perk of a preloaded Columbia directory. It’ll make e-mailing faculty easier, but just make sure you’re not on your LionMail account late Saturday night.

 

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  • gBear says:

    @gBear Yo, CubMail, why you frontin’?

  • gBear says:

    @gBear CubMail, why you frontin’, yo?

  • protip says:

    @protip there is a google labs feature that will make you answer math problems before you can send e-mails during certain hours for exactly those saturday nights referred to here

    1. Pro tip? says:

      @Pro tip? more like no tip….bet seriously it’s pretty useful until you have to submit a paper shit faced and you can’t do math

      1. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous I turned on Google Goggles and couldn’t do the math sober. Easier to turn it off than do the math.

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