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E-mail: “It doesn’t suit their social intensity.”

The New York Times
by Matt Richtel
Dec. 20, 2010

The problem with e-mail, young people say, is that it involves a boringly long process of signing into an account, typing out a subject line and then sending a message that might not be received or answered for hours. And sign-offs like “sincerely” — seriously?

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