Why e-mail is no place for arguments

09/15/2010 | Planning Startups Stories blog

E-mail is a great invention for simple communication, "but it's not personal and it doesn't work for personal arguments," Tim Berry warns. Lacking any human inflection, e-mail can only make an argument worse. Instead, work out differences the old-fashioned way: "Talk about it. Walk across the hall or get on the phone. You'll be glad you did."

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