Here are the latest posts about Email on Writers Write:
Facebook Ends Its Facebook Email Service (2014-02-25): Facebook has decided to end its Facebook email service. Facebook says most people were not using it.
Official Gmail Blog Not For Posting About Gmail Problems (2008-08-11): Google's popular Gmail email website went down for a couple hours earlier today and TechCrunch noted that Google hadn't even posted anything yet on the Official Gmail Blog.
The Texting Life (2008-03-14): The New York Times examines
the text generation gap.
The Six Stages of Email (2007-07-02): Nora Epron discusses the Six Stages of Email in a new Op Ed piece in The New York Times.
Trapped in Emoticon Hell (2007-04-12): Leigh Buchanan of Inc.
A Journalist Who Doesn't Care About Reader Feedback (2007-01-14): Not all journalists are embracing the idea of interactivity.
Email is the New Snail Mail (2006-07-20): For the young, email is a big bore, associated only with authority and school.
The Perils Of Email Communication (2006-05-16): The Christian Science Monitor has an interesting article about why email is so easily misunderstood by the recipient.
MySpace Replacing Email for Some Teens and Tweens (2006-03-03): We mentioned earlier that most MySpace users aren't going there to read blogs.
Comparison Time: Emailing and Blogging (2006-01-30): Hey, do you send email? Then you are a blogger -- or at least you could be.
Workers Have Little Internet Privacy at Work (2005-12-12): A Wired article looks into the privacy rights workers have to use the Internet from work and finds that there isn't much privacy at all.
WebProBlog Launches With Email Newsletter Advice (2005-11-11): WebProBlog is a new blog from iEntry, Inc.
Don't Dump Email Marketing for RSS (2005-05-16): Email Sherpa, an email marketing newsletter from MarketingSherpa.
Internet Fraud Lurks in Your Inbox (2002-05-29): Danger is lurking in your email, warns the National Consumers
League (NCL), a nonprofit consumer organization based in
E-mail Etiquette (Netiquette) (1999-12-01): This part of the chapter is not just for newbies; even if you've written e-mail for years, review this section carefully.