The title of your essay may not seem like the most pressing or difficult part of the process, but the reality is that the name of the essay carries far greater effects and consequences than most people recognize. The title is essentially the hook; it should somehow explain or indicate the nature or subject of your paper while simultaneously drawing the audience in, and this is a tough balance to strike. Most students end up just hastily titling their paper either before or after their done without giving it much thought, but the title of your essay is probably the most important few words in the whole paper.
eMail is a powerful complementer of the older technologies: telephone, letters ...
No stamps, no paper, no envelopes, no trips to/from the postbox.
Your message can be short, succinct and to the point. Stay in touch when do not wish to speak.
- The Receiver of your message does not have to be home when you 'write'.
- Unlimited interactions via a computer (written, voice, image, music, information) versus limited via telephone (voice)
- Internet and eMail can bring together countless numbers of people sharing the same interests, eg chat rooms and instant messaging using ICQ, AOL and MSN
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