By: Max Nalsky | November 9, 2014 (Featured on The Next Web)
We operate in a world of inboxes. Everyone has his or her collection of points where other people can touch them — email, Facebook, Twitter, Skype – the list goes on. It’s easily overwhelming, and we are cursed with options when it comes to communicating with people nowadays.
We can’t get rid of these various means of interaction, and we can’t even choose just one. But we can choose a default that we pay the most attention to…
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