October 08, 2007
This is very tempting.
My question is, does "email-free" mean that you don't check your email -- which only postpones the problem -- or do you reject any email arriving on Friday -- which could lead to some problems from important senders who aren't clued-in.
Overwhelmed by e-mail? Some professionals are fighting back by declaring e-mail-free Fridays — or by deleting their entire in-box.
OK, I see. Well then it's not exactly "email free" is it.
Nevertheless, a step in a good direction.
ByTheWay, the kids are way ahead on this. They have all turned their backs on email already. But are IM interruptions any better?Posted by jackhodgson at October 8, 2007 11:22 AM