Power of E-Mail
Today's Globe has yet another reminder that e-mails are permanent in a way that conservsations are not. The"trust fund baby" who turned down the job in the article seems like a real piece of work.
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Manan Ahmed - 2/21/2006
My favorite memory is of a harried phone call, late at night, from an illustrious professor asking, "I just send an email. I really need to recall it back, right away, without them seeing it."
He cared little for my explanations about how data zips around on these internets.
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