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We're All Guilty Of These Irritating Email Faux Pas. Let's Agree To Stop.

The Huffington Post | Carolyn Gregoire | Posted 11.20.2013 | Healthy Living

At this point, email is an inescapable fact of daily life for pretty much everyone. And yet, we rarely stop to think about the etiquette of sending, r...

'I Found Out I Was Getting Divorced Through Facebook'

Penney Berryman | Posted 01.23.2014 | Divorce
Penney Berryman

I swallowed a small hysterical snort of realization that I was now married to someone not married to me. Is that even possible? I clearly needed to fix it, pronto. Like the wave of an unwelcome fairy wand, I went from married to unmarried with a deft stroke.

Ignore Your Inbox

Rory Vaden | Posted 01.23.2014 | Healthy Living
Rory Vaden

By allowing your inbox to control your time you've been able to stop thinking about what you should be spending your time on. Your inbox shouldn't define what is important enough to have your attention, though -- you should.

New Territory for the NSA

Mike Smith | Posted 01.23.2014 | Politics
Mike Smith

See more editorial cartoons by Mike Smith at Las Vegas Sun or DailyInk....

Letter From a New Economy Consumer

Stephanie Michele | Posted 01.23.2014 | Business
Stephanie Michele

Everyday there are thousands of marketers competing for my time. I am consuming data and information at an alarming rate both online and off. When I am at my computer, on average I am switching tabs or functions more than twice every 60 seconds.

Is an 800 Number Necessary Anymore?

Brian Penny | Posted 12.25.2013 | Small Business
Brian Penny

The social media platforms you sign up for will again depend on your type of business, available resources, and how tech-savvy your business is. At the very least, register an account with every social community you can find in order to reserve the name.

Yahoo Goes Cuckoo

Joan Z. Shore | Posted 12.13.2013 | Technology
Joan Z. Shore

The French have a saying: Le mieux est l'ennemi du bien. In other words, what you think is better will destroy what is already good. Sometime o...

An Open Letter to Cyberbullies

Mark Weinstein | Posted 01.23.2014 | Technology
Mark Weinstein

You, the faceless one, who hides behind empty words. You, the unhappy one, spreading your misery through harassment and humiliation. You, the angry one, trying to feel powerful by intimidating others with your hate. I refuse to let you hurt me.

The Surprising Thing That Happened When I Lost Connectivity

Melissa T. Shultz | Posted 12.14.2013 | Fifty
Melissa T. Shultz

What's the city equivalent of being stranded on a desert island these days? It's being without a landline, Internet, or television service. That was me last week, and I wasn't sure I'd survive.

Addicted to Checking Your Email? This Flow Chart Might Help

Wendy MacNaughton | Posted 12.09.2013 | Technology
Wendy MacNaughton

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The Case For Inbox Curfews

Fast Company | Posted 12.09.2013 | Business

I'm writing this post at 10 p.m. on a Monday. But if I emailed a quick question to the post's main subject--Vynamic CEO Dan Calista--he wouldn't get b...

Freedom From Unauthorized Intrusion

Mark Weinstein | Posted 01.23.2014 | Technology
Mark Weinstein

Merriam-Webster's online dictionary defines privacy as "freedom from unauthorized intrusion." The United States government defines privacy as "freedom from unauthorized intrusion, except by us." Personally I prefer the former definition.

We'll Always Have Paris

Terry K Carr | Posted 11.23.2013 | Divorce
Terry K Carr

Last month I got a new follower on Twitter. Since I'd joined over a year ago, 20 had trickled in and at that rate each gets special attention. Who? I wondered and peeked. Him?

How Far Will You Go to Protect Your Emails?

Mark Weinstein | Posted 11.17.2013 | Technology
Mark Weinstein

How far will you go to protect your emails? As individuals we can't really answer that question. That's because we're at the whim of our email provide...

Is There Life After Email? Yes, And It's Amazing

Fast Company | Posted 11.17.2013 | Technology

I worked at WordPress.com, the 15th most popular website in the world to write The Year Without Pants, a book about what we can learn from the amazing...

The Art Of Avoiding An Angry Email

Mimi Golub | Posted 11.16.2013 | Fifty
Mimi Golub

I want to model my behavior for my technologically dependent children. I want them to be thoughtful and kind in texts, and in all social media.

The NSA's War Against Encryption

Zachary Graves | Posted 09.10.2013 | Technology
Zachary Graves

The NSA's seemingly limitless ability to crack encryption has not only put the privacy of private citizens in danger, it also threatens to shake the foundations of online business.

It's Funny 'Cause It's True

Posted 11.09.2013 | Comedy

Something as simple as sending email should not be as stressful as it is. Why do we have to use different language for every type of Internet communic...

Google: Yeah, We're Gonna Keep Looking At Your Emails

AP | By MARTHA MENDOZA | Posted 11.05.2013 | Technology

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Attorneys suing Google say the firm violates privacy and takes personal property by electronically scanning the contents of ...

3 Ways to Be More Efficient

Eden Kozlowski | Posted 11.03.2013 | Healthy Living
Eden Kozlowski

Why are you driven? If you have a packed schedule, why? What is important to you in your life? Reflect, breathe and be honest with yourself. This is your life we are talking about.

Email Is for Old People -- LOL!

The University of Central Florida Forum | Posted 10.28.2013 | College
The University of Central Florida Forum

My 13-year-old son is a Boy Scout. He is supposed to frequently send and read email messages to arrange scoutmaster conferences and patrol activities. He has two different email accounts that I set up for him. He never looks at either one.

Why I Don't Care If the NSA Reads My Emails

Lauren Cahn | Posted 08.22.2013 | Technology
Lauren Cahn

Next time you go to a convenience store, you might notice that a video surveillance camera. Now, if you're there to rob the place, you might be annoyed. But most likely, you won't give it a second thought. The way I see it, the same rules apply to governmental Internet surveillance.

Burnout: The Disease of Our Civilization

Arianna Huffington | Posted 08.21.2013 | Business
Arianna Huffington

Since launching our Third Metric campaign -- to redefine success beyond money and power to include well-being, wisdom, our ability to wonder and to give back -- I've been seeing things through a Third Metric lens. And what I see is a split-screen world. On one side, we have endless examples of how the business world still hasn't changed and continues to glorify an approach to measuring success that leads to burnout. On the other side of the screen, there are more and more examples from companies large and small of prioritizing well-being. One of the primary things keeping many businesses from adopting more sustainable metrics of success is the stubborn -- and dangerously wrongheaded -- myth that prioritizing health and well-being is incompatible with a healthy bottom line; and that there is a trade-off between high performance and taking care of ourselves. As countless studies show, this couldn't be less true.

Another Website Shuts Down Over NSA Spying

The Huffington Post | Dino Grandoni | Posted 08.20.2013 | Technology

A prominent legal news site, well known for explaining the ins and outs of technology-related law, is shutting down over its founder's fear that gover...

Kate Sheppard

Environmental Regulator Charges GOP Governor Pushed Him Out For Standing Up To Big Coal

HuffingtonPost.com | Kate Sheppard | Posted 08.19.2013 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) has forced out the head of a key division of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency in response to pressure ...