Word of the Week

E-Mail Bankruptcy: With all of the talk about impending financial doom that has circulated over the past few months, it is only fitting that this term emerged.  According to TechTerms.com, e-mail bankruptcy occurs when one becomes so overwhelmed with unread email messages that you write off the losses and start over.  It should be noted, however, that a certain degree of etiquette must be exercised – “The most tactful way of declaring e-mail bankruptcy is to paste all the e-mail addresses from the messages you have not responded to into a single message… send[ing] a message explaining that you have fallen too far behind on your e-mail and apologize for not responding.”

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