Friday, August 19, 2011

Fav quotes of the week and maybe too much coffee

From the blog, 10 Rules to Reverse the Email Spiral:
"Number 8. Use words like EOM and NNTR
If your email message can be expressed in half a dozen words, just put it in the subject line, followed by EOM (= End of Message). This saves the recipient having to actually open the message. Ending a note with "No need to respond" or NNTR, is a wonderful act of generosity. Many acronyms confuse as much as help, but these two are golden and deserve wide adoption." [Read more ...]
By the way, I hate code words like EOM and NNTR.

BUT here's my favorite quotes of the week!

Aug 12
Twitter “It's funny that people come to Starbucks to sit and talk, not ordering anything.” Chris Martin
Aug 13
Mashable “I believe that people get what they deserve, good or bad,” Jonathan Stark, creator of Jonathan's Card in responce to hackers.
Aug 14
PC World “Starbucks Pulls Plug on 'Jonathan's Card' Social Experiment.” Paul Suarez
Mon, Aug 15Twitter"Is it the recession that is challenging newspapers, or new media?" John Hill
Aug 16
Twitter"I wonder if the President is the "Mayor" of the White House #Foursquare " Noland Hoshino
Wed, Aug 17 Twitter "Just what I always wanted: masonry paint. (@ Fred Meyer w/ 3 others) [pic]:" Steve Woodward, checking in with Foursquare.
Thur, Aug 18 Twitter "Just sold our last book on Nyplatkaame. What? You don't make bobbin lace or read Finnish? ONLY HERE @C2CBooks!" Mel Sanders, owner of Cover to Cover Books

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