I am not in email contact. If you absolutely, positively, have to contact me then get a life.My wife told me this was offensive, so I changed it to
I am not in email contact. If you absolutely, positively, have to contact me then you have the wrong priorities.She didn't like that one much either, but it was better. And I think its cleverer. But this raises the question, what is the proper etiquette for vacation programs?
- 15 years ago someone who is not computer savy was offended by the `get a life' vacation program, thinking that I had send it personally.
- 2 years ago a shy grad student from a different school was terrified by my `wrong priorities' vacation program.
- Aside from that, most people tell me they like both of them.
- I often email someone, get a vacation program reply, and then within 5 minutes get a real reply. I find that someone rude.
- Whatever the vacation program etiquette it will likely be irrelevant as we are logged on more and more, even on vacation.