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For the month of November, I had roughly 2,109 new email come into my inbox. Is that a lot? I don’t know, I’ve never counted them before. To me, email is like a water feature you have in your yard (in the summer months for those of you who live where it’s cold). It’s always on and pumping out a steady stream for those little creatures who live in the basin. Wait, wait, wait … that’s too pleasant. Let me try that again. How about this? Email is like a sewage treatment plant. It constantly comes in from several different information pipes from all over. And you filter them throughout each day to create some kind of consumable product that you can use to exist and live with your work.

Eh, I’m not thrilled with that one either. Maybe you get the idea already. But I’ll keep thinking.

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