Posts Tagged: email
If a weasel can shut down the Large Hadron Collider, we can finish that novel.
And barring any more weasel problems, the future of physics is very exciting.
Did you celebrate email debt forgiveness day?...more
Just when you thought long-form communication was dead. The city of Melbourne gave email addresses to trees, which has incurred an outpouring of love letters and even exchanges between people and their addressee-trees....more
Should writers blog?
A unified theory of email. TLDR version: There isn’t one.
They aren’t bots. They are people. And they have access to your private information.
It is necessary for some scientists to abandon the passive voice.
Is Internet culture to blame to for the Rolling Stone debacle?...more
Most literate adults can tell e-disaster stories: information sent to the wrong recipient or group, or discovered by the wrong person, or issued in careless wording that gave offense, or did real damage. Some of these stories are funny. Some end marriages, families, careers.
After centuries of shuffling papers, biographers must now deal with the sudden digitization of the self, and the behavioral changes that have followed.
Over at The Millions, Niamh Ní Mhaoileoin considers how email technology has affected biography—and what’s gotten lost in the shift from paper to computer....more