“Is e-mail a blessing or a curse?” there are many aspects on this topic, some which you may agree with and some you may not. In my opinion e-mail has kind of spoiled people over the years, but what is wrong with that! I am assuming that e-mail is the most effective way to communicate some good views to have on email are, the convenience, the productivity, and most important, the fun.
I assert E-mail was invented for the working individual that spent most of their time behind the computer. Many can say that it has been a great experience to have the convenience of e-mail right at their finger tips. For example, a person that is working in an office that needs to send out a report to another employee; can either send it through the postal service and wait for however long for them to receive the message, and hope for a reply, or they could just scan the document and send it straight to them within seconds by way of (or via) e-mail.
I assert E-mail can also be very fun activity to get into. A person can send pictures from a digital camera to share with their family and friends, all across America in a split second. People also like to send animated cards and jokes to individuals that just need to smile. Getting funny e-mails take hardly no time to open and can brighten the day up so much. Kids can use e-mail to send their parents cards for any occasion easily and do not have to go out and buy one; because e-mail is free, yes… e-mail is free to use.
I assert that the technology world is growing so much these days that people can do a lot of things from their homes that they would have to spend hours on in the office finishing up. E-mail is a great thing to use when in a busy work place or just sitting around the house. “Worldwide, 225 million people can send and receive e-mail.” Say’s, Andrew Leonard, I believe that e-mail is one of the greatest inventions to the technology world and will always be.
Many may oppose and say that e-mail...