Abe Lincoln on email

November 8, 2006 at 8:27 pm Leave a comment

The Lifehacker postthat pointed this out is in My Link Blog on the right.  I was going to just leave it there as a shared post, but I couldn’t resist sharing this.  It ultimately reinforces everything we’ve been told email should be.  Not a replacement for face to face conversations, or a phone call, but a medium for quick communication or follow up.  Major point made by the article:  Less is more.  Be succinct.  Lifehacker links to a whole website dedicated to how Lincoln communicated, which is a fascinating read.  Go ahead, take a peek.


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