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WSJ: Are you an e-mail addict?

There is a fun story in the WSJ this morning:

Deleting the Habit: How Email Junkies Do in Withdrawal [WSJ.com, 2.14.2007]
Some overwhelmed e-mailers are putting themselves on electronic fasts, experimenting with the information age equivalent of pushing back from the dinner table.


If the other one doesn't work, you can also try this link.

They also have an online extra with excerpts from musician and producer Moby's online journals.

Go without e-mail?

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Feb 14, 2007 at 12:16 PM


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