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    « Measurable? Mostly. But sometimes by... | Main | Outsourced Communication Function? »

    January 21, 2008

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    Randy

    Pull out that big Fishhook budget and hire an admin. assistant who does all your scheduling, answers your phone, replies to all email and makes great coffee.

    No, I don't have one of those either.

    Scott

    Highlight all, click delete! (oh, come on now...you know you really want to :-)!

    Jenina

    I've gone the PDA route just in case I need to send an e-mail (and because I like the synching capabilities); have rejected the full data plan so I'm not being bombarded by e-mail all the time; and constantly check e-mail from home. It seems to be as in-the-middle as it gets. And I'm not even a digital immigrant! :)

    Roland Thomas Gilbert

    I've also resisted a PDA, handheld device in order to maintain privacy and "unpluggedness." Although, I can't complain that I return from a weekend to 100 emails - yikes! Maybe to at least feel less guilty for what appears to be slow replies, a new Friday afternoon habit could be to set up an auto response with your weekend plans to be unplugged and that you will reply as soon as possible. [Thank you for your patience and understanding].

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