When should you email, and when should you call, fax, or just show up?
What is the crucialand most often overlookedline in an email?
What is the best strategy when you send (in anger or error) a potentially career-ending electronic bombshell?
Enter Send. Whether you email just a little or never stop, use a desktop or a handheld, here, at last, is an authoritative and delightful book that shows how to write the perfect emailat work, at school, or anywhere. Send also points out the numerous (but not always obvious) times when email can be the worst option and might land you in hot water (or even jail!).
The secret is, of course, to think before you click. Send is nothing short of a survival guide for the digital agewise, brimming with good humor, and filled with helpful lessons from the authors own email experiences (and mistakes). In short: absolutely e-ssential.
It should not have taken until 2007 for someone to write the definitive tome on email. Send is to email what The Elements of Style is to writing. Thank God its here at last. (BCC: David Shipley and Will Schwalbe)
Guy Kawasaki, author of The Art of the Start
The Internet has finally found its Emily Post. If after youve read this you fail to change your emailing habits, youre doomed. Read it or weep.
Michael Lewis, author of The Blind Side and Moneyball
A fascinating, entertaining, and, above all, informative look at emailand how it changed the way we communicate with one another. What Strunk and White is to style, this book is to email. Its a terrific read. I highly recommend it.
"This is just the book I've been waiting for"
This is an Advance Reader's Edition paperback. It has the word "Staff" written on the outer and bottom edges, but is in otherwise unread condition.
The book is released April, 2007, and will list for $19.95.
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