The reasons for that low number are, I guess, the same as your reasons for reading fewer books than you think you should have read last year: I've been finding it harder and harder to concentrate on
This year saw the 43rd anniversary of email. Compared to a human working life, email has after more than four decades on the job now reached retirement age. Is it time for email to step aside to allow
I had to impose it because the methlike addiction of connection is so strong.
Email is broken. Or so we've been told, anyway. Countless essays, apps, extensions, and other methods out there revolve around how broken email is, but we still haven't found the silver bullet that fixes it. If anything, the problem's just getting worse. Here's why.
For many of us, email isn't just the default form of work communication-it's nearly the only form. As a result, your inbox becomes a dumping ground for every type of communication, resulting in an overwhelming mess of an inbox.
Contributor Contributor More posts by this contributor The dinner that destroyed Gawker One week in Las Vegas Editor's note: Peter Yared is the CTO/CIO at CBS Interactive. Follow him on Twitter @peteryared. Only a couple of years ago, pundits were predicting an end to email. But instead of fa
In 2008 I was griping about 2,433 unread emails in my inbox. Which is nothing. Today it's up around 7,000, and I declared an email bankruptcy just a few months ago and started fresh. Cue, a handy mobile app for organizing and searching your online data across a variety of services, released s