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July 28, 2010

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Lindsay Griffiths

I'm glad my comment sparked this post Christine! I saw this morning on Twitter from Guy Kawasaki that 50% of people correctly interpret the tone of an email...which means that 50% don't. I was shocked that the numbers were so high. But that just reinforces your point to be careful of what you put in an email!

Youssef Fadel

Sometimes just taking the time to re-read an email will help avoid a potentially unpleasant situation. You can't take it back once you hit send...not even have a chance to justify...

David Morf

The "Love, (Lisa)" was a bit much, but the "M'lady" reply looked clearly tongue-in-cheek.

Cheers, David

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