I've long hated email. As someone with upwards of 5,000 unread messages at any given time, taking a quick moment to check email is like pushing hot pokers into my eyes. It makes me feel irresponsible and rude every time I see that massive number in bold, yet if I were to diligently read through each email I'm sent, I would write zero TechCrunch articles per day. I would complete nothing but the communication and coordination for future, real tasks.
The Comscore 2010 US Digital Year In Review demonstrates one fact very clearly: email is doomed. Taking as a given that what the kids and young adults are rejecting today will die off quickly, it’s fairly clear that email is on a st... Read Post
Large pictures or photos take a long time to send and receive over the Internet. They make emails and web pages slow. Most people hate slow web pages and clogged up emails. Optimise photos or other images to get your message across ... Read Post
One of my favorite things about social media is that it's still such a young and new form of communication. It feels too early to take anything as a given, so we're all experimenting, testing and learning together. Every day seems t... Read Post