Email caught snapping

Email may be wonderful invention, but it’s mixed blessing according to Walt Disney chairman Michael Eisner.
He wrote recently that in the ?hard-paper world’ he’d write down problem in memo, leave it until the next day and usually wouldn’t send the memo once he’d mulled over it and found it intemperate or imprecise.
“But with emails, the impulse is not to file and save but to click and send,” he says. “On top of that there’s those who get copied in or blind copied in on email. I have come to realise that if anything will bring about the downfall of company or maybe country, it’s blind copies of emails that should never have been sent,” he says.

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