WSJ Discovers Instant Messaging

from the guess-that-fad-is-over dept

It seems the Wall Street Journal is a bit behind on the whole “instant messaging at work” thing. They’ve just now written an article (thankfully republished for free at MSNBC) letting you know that people use instant messaging at work. I guess it’s official now. It amazes me that they focus so much on the idea that IM is a “tool mostly used by teenagers”. It actually reads like an article from a few years back (and, actually, probably is almost identical to articles that other publications did write a few years back).

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