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Email Mastery: Be Brief.

Long email is usually counterproductive. People are busy and messages can be gotten across quickly. You, too, are busy and should move on to the next thing on your list with the minimum of effort.

More tips on getting the most out of what you do write are found in Merlin Mann's excellent post, Writing Sensible Email Messages.

Posted on April 13, 2006 | Permalink

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