There is one website I go for my tech news (besides Google); Mashable.com. They do a great job of delivering the most important news to me, and it usually has something to do with Apple or Google.
But this weekend I was surveying the site while lounging around when I came across an article on an email reminder system. Mashable proclaimed a headline of "Turn Your Inbox into a Robust Reminder System."
I thought, "Oh, I've tried this before. So let's see what they are suggesting now."
NudgeMail is a reminder system that works more simpler than any filter or label ever will. Simply forward any email that you want to be reminded of to one of hundreds of commands (email@example.com or even firstname.lastname@example.org) and you will get that email set back to you with a reminder.
Commands can get as specific as certain dates (November 12, 2011 would be email@example.com). This has to be one of the most innovative ideas I have seen in a while. I have already started using the service (which for now is free).
Lawline will certainly be taking advantage of this. Let us know what you think!