Email Etiquette

Thumbing through my Twitter feed last night I came across this very relevant article from GOOD about the need for universal email etiquette. Chris Anderson, founder of TED, came up with an Email Charter to save our inboxes and ourselves from the ridiculous amount of time we spend on email. Don't get me wrong, email is one of the greatest inventions of all time, but the way we use it is out of control. Just thought I would share the love.


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