I need to know the name of the street that this building
(the big one in the center of the map, with the pool) is on. The number on the door is 1659, but there is no street sign, and neither google nor mapquest show the street name. (Actually, Mapquest doesn't even show the street). "What's here" in google maps gives 201-203 Mohegan Dr, which is close but not correct. Any ideas?
Return address quandary: I've left my old apartment but I haven't moved into a new one yet. I'm forwarding my mail to a POB in the meanwhile. When continuing official correspondence, what should I put down as my return address? [more inside]
I'd like to start a blog featuring my small collection of found (used/sent) postcards. What measures should I take for due ethical diligence? [more inside]
How can I best design a Mechanical Turk question to get the best results within my budget? [more inside]
Gmail: when I add another sender identity to my gmail account, and send from Gmail to that address, I immediately get a copy in my Gmail inbox. Confused? Let me explain... [more inside]
When you state an intersection in a city that has avenues and streets (or some other system where N-S is one set and E-W is another set), is there a convention for which you name first? In other words, how should people interpret something like "9th and 11th"? If there's a convention, is it universal? Or, does it vary from city to city? [more inside]
I have a question about e-mail addresses. [more inside]
What are some equivalents of "123 Main Street" outside Canada and the US? I'm looking for prototypical exemplar addresses, like you might see used on a sample form, but which are still likely to exist in reality -- so, NOT something like "123 Example Street" or "123 Anystreet." I do realize this exact address format does not apply to all areas of the globe. [more inside]
Email replies going to a different address than the one sent from in Thunderbird. [more inside]
What is a good resource for finding past addresses? [more inside]
Anybody know of a worthwhile, online address book? [more inside]
Anyone out there good with Filemaker? I need to do something to email addresses and can not get my arms around this one... [more inside]
What sort of addresses do 3G end stations receive? [more inside]
Last minute Holiday letter. Help me find friends addresses online without resorting to shill websites like 411.com and yahoo people search. [more inside]
A lot of people in my facebook friends have Skype. Is there a simple way to just do a search for those friends who have it in their profile? [more inside]
Excel filter:: Making mailing labels out of an excel spreadsheet? [more inside]
I want to get away from Palm Desktop. [more inside]
I've got a list of phone numbers (xxx-xxx-xxxx) that I need addresses for. I know I can Google them, one at a time, and get the addresses, but is there a way I can do them in batches?
Is this an acceptable format for writing out a business address on a mailing label?
ParseFilter: I have a CSV file full of leads I need to parse into a more, er, concise format. What would the hive mind recommend? [more inside]
HolyManEtiquetteFilter: If the Dalai Lama and the Pope are in the same room, how do you address them plurally? [more inside]
Looking for FREE Address search (as in STREET addresses, not e-mail addresses). [more inside]
MashupFilter: Where can I find a free online service to geocode Canadian street addresses from (and to) a .CSV file à la Map Builder
? [more inside]
What's the best way to find the closest address out of multiple addresses given a website that doesn't do the mileage/time calculations for you? [more inside]
Please don't let me lose all of my phone numbers, datebook, project filing, etc... (You need not be treo-conversant to answer this, but it might help a little.) [more inside]
StalkerFilter: Is there a decent, useful address search tool available on-line? I'm working on sending out Christmas cards, and I don't have anybody's address. [MI] [more inside]
I have several hundred contacts with all sorts of information in my old OS9 outlook, which I must keep using for awhile due to our antiquated network. However, I was able to export my contacts as a "csv" file which seems to be some sort of excel spreadsheet. How do I import it into my OSX address book?
When watching American TV and films, I often see house numbers such as 1711 or 3242 or whatever. Are the streets actually that long? Are there thousands of houses on one street? Or does the number break down into something else?