Sunday, June 29, 2008

E-mail is like debt


You hack away at it, piece by piece, but the output of money or replies is always less than the expenditures or inquiries.

A week or so ago, I was proud to have fewer than 90 e-mails in the workplace-related In-Box; today, they number over 200, and that was with my "concerted effort" to answer and/or erase/file everything.

I think the piece above is a joke; at any rate, in another literal meaning, it is true that it is meant as such here. I had a fine day; I am still tired as can be, but that has nothing to do with art.

3 comments:

LittleStar said...

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DKC said...

Okay... I think it's time for Littlestar to take the meds.

Applecart T. said...

thanks, marketing spammishness!

PS, to clarifiy to the world, of whose business it is none, I'm NOT IN DEBT (except for a mortgage and a car payment).