By: Matt Weinberger | May 12, 2014 (Featured on CITEWorld)
There’s no two ways about it: The workhorse of web communications may be reliable, but it’s also overwhelming, slow, and impersonal. The more attached we get to email, the harder it is to actually get anything done, thanks to the constant stream of interruptions and inevitably long email threads that can result from simple things like trying to meet for coffee. And the more you send, the more you receive, until email eating more and more of the day without actually accomplishing anything.
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