WSJ: “Why Email No Longer Rules”

Jessica E Vascellaro over at the Wall Street Journal has a great post today about the changes in the way we are communicating with each other.

“Little wonder that while email continues to grow, other types of communication services are growing far faster. In August 2009, 276.9 million people used email across the U.S., several European countries, Australia and Brazil, according to Nielsen Co., up 21% from 229.2 million in August 2008. But the number of users on social-networking and other community sites jumped 31% to 301.5 million people.”

Why Email No Longer Rules…And what that means for the way we communicate

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