IT Trends :: Thursday, November 9, 2006


E-mail Is for Old People

By Terry Calhoun

E-mail is not hacking it for me. I don’t know about you, but I am in touch with more people and information streams, and less able to manage my various communications, than ever before.

Things should be easier. I have eased my way out of a number of volunteer positions in various professional and other groups, which has reduced the scope of the various projects and issues that I need to monitor...

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