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Category Archives: Email
I must admit that everything I know about Mac has either been directly learned or inspired by Macpowerusers (MPU), a podcast I started listening to about 3 years ago. Recently, MPU had their Episode 100 where they talked, among other things, … Continue reading
In the past, I shared some email rules, habits, techniques and etiquette. What I did not mention was discipline, which is what gives rise to habits. Check this excellent entry on Applying Discipline to Email from Simplicity Is Bliss. It suggests … Continue reading
Among Steve Jobs’ lessons on the beauty of technology and the power of plain writing, one was captured by Lucy Kellaway about a year before his death. It’s on email etiquette and job priorities. Enjoy.