There are a lot of traditions surrounding getting married, and I don't care for most of them. The honeymoon is the best one of the lot, although it only barely edges out the first dance because it's a lot more expensive. I think of our honeymoon as having started at the wedding itself. Wind back to July 10, 2005, a date that has been burned into my memory much more effectively than my phone number.
I want to be able to delay e-mail that's in my inbox. I would use this for e-mails that I need to deal with later. So I'll click the delay-1-hour button and after 1 hour the e-mail's "New" flag gets set again. That's much more efficient than marking it red which is what I do now, because I will be forced to read the e-mail again when it becomes new again.
This is a very unorganised rant on what I would like what my topo software to do. Maybe some day I'll get round to writing something that does this. I own a copy of National Geographic's TOPO! for California. It's nice to have all the topo maps accessible, to draw routes on it, to get elevation profiles, and to have it talk to my GPS. But the user interface is awful.