Are You Guilty of Sloppy E-mails? It Can Cost You
Canavor, Natalie and Claire Meirowitz
Communication World Bulletin
Some of the nicest people we know send the most thoughtless e-mails.
Many are telegraphic, with a smattering of disconnected words and abbreviations, leaving the reader to fill in the blanks. Most are dashed off without review and arrive in their native state: confusing, grammarless and brimful of spelling errors. That's not even to mention lack of logic and transitions.