E Mail Quotes

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Jeff Bezos
“E-mail has some magical ability to turn off the politeness gene in a human being.”
Jeff Bezos

Earl Warren
“The fantastic advances in the field of electronic communication constitute a greater danger to the privacy of the individual.”
Earl Warren

Tera Lynn Childs
NO SHORTS or SANDAL!! This for your own protection.
Tomorrow's boot camp will be something SPECIAL! Meet in front of the maintenance shed at the north end of the quad at 10 A.M! Latecomers will be left behind and this is a day you will not want to miss!
- Adara -

I roll my eyes. Besides her overuse of exclamation points and her tendency to yell, the idea that we're doing "something special" in camp tomorrow is not exciting. It's terrifying.”
Tera Lynn Childs, Goddess Boot Camp

“The reason I'm not on the e-mail list is because I thought it'd be cooler to write letters to somebody, since I can write e-mails to anybody.”
Silas House & Neela Vaswani, Same Sun Here

Vicki M. Taylor
“I loved the story but also enjoyed the format of the book, which includes e-mail messages.
Janice L. Jones”
Vicki M. Taylor, Forever Until We Meet

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Blackmail threats are e-mails from madmen.”
Michael Bassey Johnson, The Book of Maxims, Poems and Anecdotes

Sally Rooney
“I need to be fun and likeable, I thought. A fun person would send a thank-you email.”
Sally Rooney, Conversations with Friends

“Nixon wanted view and advice brought to him through intermediaries. He wanted information filtered as it came to him – and he wanted his filters to filter his will back to those whom he must direct.”
David Pietrusza, 1960--LBJ vs. JFK vs. Nixon: The Epic Campaign That Forged Three Presidencies

Simon Garfield
“Vooralsnog hebben e-mails niet hetzelfde effect in een verhaal, omdat e-mails niet worden aangetroffen op zolder of onder een losse plank onder de vloer, of in dozen als mensen doodgaan.”
Simon Garfield

Andrei Codrescu
“The icons light up on his laptop, e-mail invites him to grow his penis, enlarge his breasts, refinance his house. All is well in the world.”
Andrei Codrescu, Wakefield

Don DeLillo
“I still respond to that thing you feel in an office, wearing a crisp suit and sensing the linked grids lap around you. It is all about the enfolding drone of the computers and fax machines. It is about the cell phones slotted in the desk chargers, the voice mail and e-mail—a sense of order and command reinforced by the office itself and the bronze tower that encases the office and by all the contact points that shimmer in the air somewhere.”
Don DeLillo, Underworld