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Email versus snail mail : Stock Photo
An 'at' symbol on one side of the scale and a traditional letter on the other, suggesting the decision about whether to communicate electronically or by the regular postal service.

Email versus snail mail

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Diane Macdonald
Caption:
An 'at' symbol on one side of the scale and a traditional letter on the other, suggesting the decision about whether to communicate electronically or by the regular postal service.
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