I'd rather be single, happy, and lonely sometimes than married, lonely, and happy sometimes.
I have my email on my Blackberry, and that's about it.
I don't do Twitter, Facebook; none of that. My email I do from my Blackberry or my iPhone.
Most importantly I never sent classified material on my email and I never received any that was marked classified.
I had a personal email when I was in the Senate, as the vast majority of senators do. It was very convenient. I did all of my business on personal emails.
A five minute call replaces the time it takes to read and reply to the original email and read and reply to their reply... or replies. And I no longer spend 20+ minutes crafting the perfect email - no need to.
I text and email my friends and family a lot, but that's about the extent of my high-tech-etude.
My phone and email have been hacked, I've been arrested by the police and followed by the pro-China people or the photographers from the pro-China newspapers.
Everyone I know feels harassed by email which has invaded their waking and sleeping hours.
Email is very informal, a memo. But I find that not signing off or not having a salutation bothers me.
Email is not the simple exchange of text messages. Email is the electronic version of the interoffice mail system used for formal letter or memo communication.
Email is having an increasingly pernicious effect. Not only is it having a perceptible effect on productivity, it's skewing what it is we focus on. The immediate increasingly crowds out the important.
Every two months, I would get an email, 'Skeleton Twins update: still don't have the money!'
Answering phones synchronously is very different than reading an email, sorting it, figuring out which bucket it goes in, and then responding.