Originally Posted by jschiwal
The recipient may have 400 unread email messages. Too many people use reply to all, or post messages to the entire company. Email has become maybe the greatest productivity killer ever invented (aside from Solitaire)
agreed,have got several email accounts which are [[[full]]] of emails and they fill up every day due to being a member of a few catster groups,and also spam thanks to the database public disclosure by lulzsec last year.
am one of those who others get peed off with for not answering.
it is never purposely ignoring,it is extremely difficult
to have back-forth chats as it involves building free/independant communication instead of pulling it; 'pre recorded' from rote memory [am autistic and echolalic].
do put a lot of effort into getting to the stage of answering people,but it tends to be one way stuff that do-blog or helping with issues/problems of some sort.
had had an uncle,auntie and cousin physicaly persuade into coming onto facebook last year,they live in ireland so dont see them much.
now all they do is ask via dad why am never on facebook,that is to much pressure to communicate,havent spoken to them since apart from emailing uncle in as simple language as possible about how to set up linux as dad is raving about his new setup to him.
am wondering if perhaps many others-regardless of neurotype may be feeling pressure from being expected to communicate to,though generaly it is said that introverts are worn down by communication.