Book Review: Send

My latest for Blogcritics is a book review of a guide to proper email use. I don’t get into this in the article, but my day job partly involves electronic communications, which partly involves things like creating an enewsletter to compile the all-staff emails in order to reduce email clutter, and coordinating an email etiquette campaign to tell people things like “stop hitting ‘reply all’ or I will rip your face off!” So anyway, that explains why I asked to review this one from Random House:

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2 Responses to Book Review: Send

  1. Will Schwalbe says:

    Thanks so much for the review of SEND. And I totally agree on that “Reply All” syndrome. I’m awfully tempted to do some face-ripping myself every time my inbox gets crammed full of those.
    Enjoyed your tv posts, too — on both sites.
    Will, co-author of SEND and big fan of Canada

  2. Diane Kristine says:

    Thanks for popping by!

    I guess face ripping would not help with work relationships, sadly.

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