I spent about two years working with a Blackberry email device, and have since decided, “never again.” In this article from the Washington Post, the writer seems to agree with the perspective that checking email in the gym or at a restaurant is an acceptable behavior. I find it appalling. Find me a person who is busy typing away at the device or scrolling the thumb wheel in a bar, I’ll show you a person who probably has some life happiness/satisfaction issues.
Less than 10 years ago, MOST business was conducted without ANY email. Is this progress?
Read for yourself – on MSNBC