Another interesting post by Wired's Ryan Singel, this time on a new feature in gmail that prioritizes your e-mail based on what you usually read first and respond to. As Singel notes in his story, that may not seem like much but it does make the process of going through messages much more pleasant.
In the full browser version of Gmail, the priority inbox is on top, followed by the items you have starred, and then finally the rest of your messages in a stream as usual, with most recent on top. While that might sound complicated, after testing it over the weekend, I’d be angry if I had to go back. The new feature went live at midnight ET.