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Thinking, Singing, Dancing

Hello lovely bloggers, it’s me Kate Bentham, sitting in the Weekly Blog Club seat for a second week on the trot. How’s your week been then? Have you been enjoying the sun? Had any ice cream? I have, natch. We’ve

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Six email Hand Grenades to avoid before the holidays.

With the promise of a summer break just around the corner Chris Bolton’s blog couldn’t have come at a better time for many people preparing for leave. Chris talks about the email hand grenade we may send, and then run

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Email Read Receipts. Does the misuse of minimum effort technology undermine trust between colleagues?

I don’t think I’ve ever sent a read receipt on an email or ever remember getting one but Chris Bolton certainly has and he’s written about what he feels about them in ‘Email Read Receipts. Does the misuse of minimum effort technology undermine

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The email ‘cc’ option undermines the very fabric of society…

Chris Bolton follows up his radical suggestion for the holidays of deleting emails in your inbox with an equally radical suggestion about the cc emails you send and receive. The email ‘cc’ option undermines the very fabric of society. A

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