the end of email?

Robert Scoble remarked on Twitter the other day that he was giving up on email. Actually, what he said was:
"If something really needs to be private than email is great. But most of my email doesn’t need to be private.

I always answer things in public space first. Why? Because those communications scale.

It’s amazing that in this age of Twitter that people still send email. I hate email. I hate direct Tweets. I hate Facebook messages."

Consider this, and the trend that many tweens aren't using email. They IM, SMS or Facebook each other. Sign of the future? Interesting discussion.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Sign of their future maybe. But I got a privacy jones that email still takes care of thank you very much.


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