Golden rules of e-mailing

What was turning out to be a pretty quiet day has turned into something completely different.

How did I live before discovering the Golden rules of e-mailing? Send: The Essential Guide to Email for Office and Home (Hardcover) by David Shipley (Author), Will Schwalbe (Author) a “bestseller” across the pond.

Honestly, the book:

contains helpful tips on how to avoid the pitfalls of the mis-sent message or the love note that didn’t quite work. Other lessons on so-called `netiquette’ the book dishes out are of a more moral tone – for instance, it says that an emailer should never mention anyone in an email who they would not be happy to show the content to. [+]

Seems like there is a real need for someone to invent a bullshit detector, clearly some idiots need one.  Do people really buy and read this stuff?


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