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Now these days the usage of e-mails to communicate has become really popular but such communication may not be so good for us accordingly to the article Why E-Mail May Be Hurting Off-Line relationships of Time Magazine by Belinda Luscombe The author talks about different studies that show how people around the US is getting affected by the increase use of e-mail instead of face to face communications Moreover the author explains how having communication only by e-mail can lead to miscommunication and loss of interest Luscombe also mentioned the importance of having a face-to-face conversation every once in awhile as this help or relationships keep strong In addition I believe the use of e-mail to communicate doesnt affect our relationships instead using e-mails to communicate save us time it allow as to communicate worldwide and it helps us to have less pressureTo begin with using e-mail to communicate at work or school really saves time For example sometimes at work there is important information or paperwork that needs to be dispersed among co-workers and one of the fastest way of sending it is by sending an e-mal In addition some times bossiness owners can not convoke all of their employees to a meeting as this can take away too much time and then employees have less time to get their work done In the article Why E-Mail May Be Hurting Off-Line relationships by Belinda Luscombe 2010 the author says that too much e-mail communication can take us to care less about others but it is not like that since with e-mails we have more time to spend socializing with friends or family For example when sending a homework instead of going all the way to the school to deliver it we can just sent the paper by e-mail and save that time to take care about our family So using e-mail save us time because we
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