Been reading a lot of web articles lately on the perils of digital tools and how on the contrary, that instead of making you more capable of personal efficiency, that these tools we've come to embrace (blogging, email) are also over hyped and at worse, counter-productive.
Feel the same? Read on for a way out and see the benefits of going analog and being offline for a few hours per day.
E2.0 yes, Email nope.
1.0 is better.
Turn off that computer and use a napkin, instead.
Or try this kind of email and be enlightened.
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