What’s In Your Inbox?

Email: Is it a blessing, or is it a curse? It can be a wonderful time saver, but it can also be a big time-eating monster. If used incorrectly, it can even get you in a lot of trouble. The problem with email is that it has made it far too easy for people who have way too much time on their hands to share their spare time with those who don’t have enough hours in the day. Am I …


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2 comments on “What’s In Your Inbox?

  1. Most annoying are chain emails. I never liked chain letters either. We’ve been told by management not to forward any of these, “Even if they say you will have bad luck for the rest of your life (if you don’t)”!!!

  2. Billy Moore on said:

    You nailed it, Randy. Important things should still be discussed face to face or at least by phone. In an email people sometimes only see certain words and then take them out of context. With real live words you can answer questions and clarify what you mean. Unfortunately the world has fallen in love with emails, texting, tweeting, facebooking and they are cool and fun and often helpful. But actual live communication is important. It is a lost art that needs to be revisited.

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