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by Mark Rogers

February 21, 2012


Email joining snail mail on the sideline

Those of us old enough to remember when email was newfangled are going to have to get used to a new idea: it’s now considered old-fashioned.

Newsosaur dug out these stats from a report by comScore:

The use of email has plunged by more than 30% in the last year among consumers under the age of 24, owing to the increased use of texting and Facebook to stay in touch.

Talking on the phone is also quickly becoming outdated. Teens would much rather arrange an outing with a Facebook message.

Link: Email stumbles in digital paradigm shift




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