Apparently, the Wall Street Journal's offices had a technical glitch sometime recently that left them without email for a day or so, resulting in reporters discovering what it's like to do work without email. Obviously, it wasn't that long ago that everyone worked that way, but it still shows just how much people have come to rely on email these days, and how people learn to cope without email. Of course, we're still waiting to see if the concept of email free workdays expands beyond the few companies that have tested it out.
If you liked this post, you may also be interested in...
- Declassified Opinion On Bulk Email Collection Details More Abuse By The NSA
- FBI Uses Invitation To Investigate One Email As An Excuse To Dig Through Multiple Email Accounts
- Lavabit To Release Code As Open Source, As It Creates Dark Mail Alliance To Create Even More Secure Email
- How Is Consumer Watchdog 'Helping' When It's Trying To Destroy Services Consumers Find Useful
- Mayor Bloomberg Uses Private Email To Avoid FOI Requests; Has No Plans To Retain Archive Of Office, NYPD Emails