"Number 8. Use words like EOM and NNTRBy the way, I hate code 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 ...]
BUT here's my favorite quotes of the week!
|“It's funny that people come to Starbucks to sit and talk, not ordering anything.” Chris Martin|
|Mashable||“I believe that people get what they deserve, good or bad,” Jonathan Stark, creator of Jonathan's Card in responce to hackers.|
|PC World||“Starbucks Pulls Plug on 'Jonathan's Card' Social Experiment.” Paul Suarez|
|Mon, Aug 15||"Is it the recession that is challenging newspapers, or new media?" John Hill|
|"I wonder if the President is the "Mayor" of the White House #Foursquare http://t.co/AuUVyKb " Noland Hoshino|
|Wed, Aug 17||"Just what I always wanted: masonry paint. (@ Fred Meyer w/ 3 others) [pic]: http://t.co/9cFRBmZ" Steve Woodward, checking in with Foursquare.|
|Thur, Aug 18||"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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