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Until the section on Email and Texting Guidelines gets finished, here are a few recommended resources on the subject.
When In-Person Conversation Is Better Than Texting
“My position is not anti-technology, it’s pro-conversation,” asserts Sherry Turkle the director of the MIT Initiative on Technology and Self in a short interview at the 2017 Aspen Ideas Festival.
Before You Hit Send
Have you ever regretted an email or text you’ve sent, almost instantly after hitting the button?
8 Email Etiquette Tips
Learning the unspoken rules for writing professional emails can improve how competent you appear in the eyes of colleagues.
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