Last year, the average corporate email user received 126 messages a day, up 55% from 2003. By 2009, workers are expected to spend 41% of their time just managing emails.
- Email's Friendly Fire by Rebecca Buckmanin today's Wall Street Journal
Sad how something that was, and still can be, so helpful and even empowering can eventually become enslaving.
In this way, they are participating in the greatest blown opportunity in recent political history. At its current nadir, the G.O.P. had been blessed with five heterodox presidential candidates who had the potential to modernize the party on a variety of fronts. They could be competing to do that, but instead they are competing to appeal to the narrowest slice of the old guard and flatter the most rigid orthodoxies of the Beltway interest groups.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been receiving foreign policy briefing sessions on a wide variety of topics, providing the strongest indication yet that he is considering a run for the White House, the Huffington Post has learned.