Email: The Quicker You Respond, The More Junior You Are?

Email: The Quicker You Respond, The More Junior You Are?
Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 23 april 2008

If you’ve ever written to me via email you’ll probably know how painfully slow I am in responding (unless you’re waving money) and I’m very aware of this but not too sure how to really improve the situation considering the deluge I face every time I check the Inbox. I noticed an article in the New York Times recently started a discussion in the blogosphere about handling the volume of email – especially if you live digitally. Top blogger Michael Arrington was covered in the article on the oppression of the volume – and when he asked his readers for help, a common response was that he go get a secretary. Something he doesn’t want to do. Other bloggers have followed up on the discussion and suggested several time-management methods.

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