Re: The dangers of e-mail

05/12/2010 | Planning Startups Stories blog

E-mail can be a productivity booster, but it can also become a shortcut for those who are "too lazy to talk to an actual live human being," Tim Berry writes. Taking the lazy way out has drawbacks: E-mails get lost, forwarded and misunderstood. For true two-way communication, a phone call is better -- and safer, he writes.

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