Email Quotes

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Molly Harper
“Are you sure about that he called off the wedding, Jolene? Sometimes Zeb misspells stuff in e-mails, and it comes across badly.”
Molly Harper, Nice Girls Don't Date Dead Men

Jessica Park
Wanted to give you a heads up: I heard that Flat Finn sustained an injury the other day. Nothing major, though. Something to do with Matt, a steaming iron, and maniacal shouts of, “There are no wrinkles allowed in this house! You may be flat, but you’re not smooth enough yet for this family!”
Jessica Park, Flat-Out Love

Becky Albertalli
“I HAVE TO MEET HIM.
I don’t think I can keep this up. I don’t care if it ruins everything. I’m this close to making out with my laptop screen.”
Becky Albertalli, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

Mark Fiore
“I'd rather be single, happy, and lonely sometimes than married, lonely, and happy sometimes.”
Mark Fiore, You Are Loved . . . an email memoir

Steve Toltz
“Amen' is like the Send button on an email.”
Steve Toltz, A Fraction of the Whole

Douglas Adams
“It's quicker, easier, and involves less licking”
Douglas Adams, The Salmon of Doubt

Robert Bryndza
“TO:rosencrantzpinchard@gmai.com: Something's wrong! The house is shaking!

TO:rosencrantzpinchard@gmail.com: Well can you turn down the volume on Star Trek:Voyager? I thought we were having an earthquake when the Enterprise hit Warp speed. Why did you let me sleep until nearly one?”
Robert Bryndza, The Not So Secret Emails Of Coco Pinchard

Steven Magee
“You know that when your partner deletes their messages to a past lover after being accused of cheating, then it is likely that they were being unfaithful in some way.”
Steven Magee

Jayce O'Neal
“Cellaholics are those who interrupt quality time when they are with you, but rather text, call, and email others who are somewhere else. ”
Jayce O'Neal

Elif Batuman
“I read Ivan's messages over and over, thinking about what they meant. I felt ashamed, but why? Why was it more honorable to reread and interpret a novel like Lost Illusions than to reread and interpret some email from Ivan? Was it because Ivan wasn't as good a writer as Balzac? (But I thought Ivan was a good writer.) Was it because Balzac's novels had been read and analyzed by hundreds of professors, so that reading and interpreting Balzac was like participating in a conversation with all these professors, and was therefore a higher and more meaningful activity than reading an email only I could see? But the fact that the email had been written specifically to me, in response to things I had said, made it literally a conversation, in the way that Balzac's novels—written for a general audience, ultimately in order to turn a profit for the printing industry—were not; and so wasn't what I was doing in a way more authentic, and more human?”
Elif Batuman, The Idiot

Paul Babicki
“There are no secrets on the Internet”
Paul Babicki

Dean Graziosi
“With text messaging and e-mails buzzing in our pockets, our constant availability for phone calls, and hot new apps and social media on our phones, we are more distracted, more unfocused and more enmeshed in sweating the small stuff than ever before. And this leads to many of us feeling like we're sprinting every day but really not getting anywhere.”
Dean Graziosi, Millionaire Success Habits: The Gateway To Wealth & Prosperity

Nitya Prakash
“She's a love letter girl in an email world.”
Nitya Prakash, Letters to Mira!

Sijdah Hussain
“It only takes a few words, a little distance & a whole lot of suppressed emotions to move out of the primary label and press delete on each other.”
Sijdah Hussain, Red Sugar, No More

P.J. Petersen
“you think youseeme but you dont”
P.J. Petersen
tags: email

Julie Buxbaum
“Email is much like an ADD diagnosis. Guaranteed extra time on the test.”
Julie Buxbaum, Tell Me Three Things
tags: add, email

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

Cal Newport
“A better strategy for shifting other’s expectations about your work is to consistently deliver what you promise instead of consistently explaining how you’re working.”
Cal Newport, A World Without Email: Reimagining Work in an Age of Communication Overload

Olivia Sudjic
“Email is the scourge of our age,' said Silvia. 'Email and cancer.”
Olivia Sudjic, Sympathy

Eraldo Banovac
“Be careful about financial offers that often come by email. Before you respond to such an offer, ask yourself: do I really need a new problem?”
Eraldo Banovac

Whitney G.
SUBJECT: NEXT TIME You Jackasses Throw an 'Unofficial' Bonfire ...

How about making sure that you won't burn down the grounds in the process?! How about ASKING your neighbors if they'll mind having five hundred students in their streets until three in the morning?

I know damn well that this was not a "team" idea and whenever KYLE and GRAYSON want to own up to this shit, I'll reduce the extra five daily miles you all now owe me, to three miles.

I'm waiting.

--Coach Whitten
__________________________

SUBJECT: RE: NEXT TIME You Jackasses Throw an 'Unofficial' Bonfire ...

It was me, Coach.

Grayson had nothing to do with it this time. He didn't even show up. Speaking of which--

Dude, where were you? I fucked like three girls from the bonfire. You probably could've hooked up with at least five. I don't think I'll need another blowjob for a month after how amazing these were.

PS--Are you back at our apartment yet? I need to tell you these stories in person when Coach isn't acting like this shit is a big deal.

--Kyle

___________________________

SUBJECT: RE RE: NEXT TIME You Jackasses Throw an 'Unofficial' Bonfire ...

Kyle,

Meet me in my office at the complex NOW.

--Coach Whitten

_____________________

SUBJECT: RE: RE: RE: NEXT TIME You Jackasses Throw an 'Unofficial' Bonfire ...

I meant to send that last part to just Grayson. Not to you, Coach. Can I come in a few hours? I mean, now that you've read what I said, surely you understand how exhausted I am. Three girls, Coach, THREE.

--Kyle

________________________________

SUBJECT: RE: RE: RE: RE: NEXT TIME You Jackasses Throw an 'Unofficial' Bonfire ...

Right. Fucking. NOW.

--Coach Whitten”
Whitney G., On a Tuesday

“Electronic mail systems can, if used by many people, cause severe information overload problems. The cause of this problem is that it is so easy to send a message to a large number of people, and that systems are often designed to give the sender too much control of the communication process, and the receiver too little control….
People get too many messages, which they do not have time to read. This also means that the really important messages are difficult to find in the large flow of less important messages.
In the future, when we get larger and larger message systems, and these systems get more and more interconnected, this will be a problem for almost all users of these systems.”
Jacob Palme, The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood

Trevor Carss
“Email is the way of the past, present and future.”
Trevor Carss

Steven Magee
“In 2001, the internet and email was facilitating my international job search that ultimately landed me in Hawaii, managing the world’s largest telescopes atop Mauna Kea.”
Steven Magee

Steven Magee
“In 1998, I was using the new Linux operating system on my personal computer with a dial up modem that gave me internet and email, facilitating my search for international jobs.”
Steven Magee

Dianna Booher
“Your email greetings should warm readers up—not put them off.”
Dianna Booher
tags: email

Rumaan Alam
“One of her most reached-for truisms was that some percentage of jobs were indistinguishable from one another, as they all involved the sending of emails assessing the job itself.”
Rumaan Alam, Leave the World Behind

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Sarvesh Jain
“Be with someone who emails you when you switch off Social media.”
Sarvesh Jain

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tags: email

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