I’m one of those poor fools with two email accounts. At some point in 2007, it seemed like a good idea to have one address for work and one for personal stuff, because…profit? The concrete advantage was not clear, but it sounded like something an organized person might do. Now I have two essentially interchangeable addresses, one at Gmail and one at the great-in-theory Apple domain me.com. I manage both addresses with Apple Mail, so I generally forget that I even have two Inboxes until one stops working. When Gmail stopped this weekend, I assumed I had run into a bug in the new Mac OS. Instead, I ran into the minor masterpiece of insinuation that is the subject of today’s Close Reading.