(0:48)Outlook Web App Supporting Media Queries? For just two days last week, the Outlook web apps started supporting regular min and max width media queries along with WebKit targeting. Who knows if it was a mistake or intentional, but it's something to watch out for.
(4:05)RIP Microsoft Edge: After three years, Microsoft is abandoning Edge and developing a new Chromium-based browser, currently code-named "Anaheim," which will be the new default on Windows 10 and beyond.
(6:17)Microsoft Backtracks on Ads in Windows 10 Mail: This was apparently just an "experimental feature" that wasn't intended to be released broadly. IMO, that's the price free users have to pay. We'll be fine so long as these email clients leave the chronological feed untouched.
(10:58)Newsletry: Billed as a feedly for newsletters, this is an inspiration email design gallery (akin to Really Good Emails). You can create your account and like/save emails.
(12:06)Stoop: A new email client/app that is geared for newsletter consumption. It features a discovery engine for newsletters and one-click instant subscribe. It's the most interesting approach of an email client I've ever seen.