Regardless of the world you live in, we’re willing to bet you get more emails than you can handle on a daily basis. That’s where HEY comes in. A new e-mail service from the makers of Basecamp, HEY aims to change to change the way you interact with digital correspondence from the ground up. How much effort does it take to revolutionize your inbox? Not a lot, as it seems. Sign up for an @hey.com address. When someone e-mails you, they land in The Screener. This is where you decide if you want to hear from them or not. Yes and they’re in, No and you’ll never hear from them again. It’s consent-based email, where you’re in control. From there, you can further filter where individual messages end up so you can make sure you see–or don’t see–the most important items flowing into your inbox on a regular basis. HEY is available for $99/year, which–all things considered–is a relative bargain compared to how much information you’re sharing for free with Google, Microsoft or any of the other large, “free”, e-mail providers out there.