Non-impulse Writing

When was the last time you wrote  a letter an email? Seriously, one that didn’t include the usual suspects: short forms, abbreviations and the likes. Everything seems to be on impulse these days and you only realize your folly when you’ve hit the post, tweet or send button…its usually too late by then because you’ve said something you shouldn’t have.

So it’s not unusual for most of us to maintain email addresses solely as a need for being inundated with more e-gossip  social network updates.

While we aren’t totally against this “culture” , here’s something we think might be useful for when preparing that next correspondence (the comments too). Besides, its forces you to READ (don’t be scared, you can ;-))


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