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Jeremy Gregg

The advice to shift away from email subscriptions and towards RSS is very good -- that's exactly what I've done, and it's saved me hours of time wading through emails. Now, at the end of the day, I just open my Internet Explorer and click through the blogs and RSS feeds that have been updated... saves me hours of time.

I am not sure what the proper analogy would be... I keep coming up with various hunting or shopping images. Not working for me. I'll keep thinking. :)

Jeremy Gregg, Editor
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Lynne

This works in personal, not work life. You can't just skim and skip through work emails unless you don't want to work somewhere very long.

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