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Political consultants for candidates Mark Sanford and Curtis Bostic argue bitterly online.
DHS chief refuses to use internet communication because it just 'sucks up time.'
The U.S. Postal Service will move to a five-day-a-week delivery schedule in attempt to save the suffering agency from budget troubles.
The subject line "Hey" brought in millions for the campaign, while 'I'm Not Mitt' failed.
One b-school professor calls her students’ essay writing skills ‘horrendous’ and ‘painful.’
Students can use a variety of techniques, including filtering, creating folders, and flagging spam.
Researchers track business models of Internet criminals.
With so many free E-mail providers on the Web, the university eliminates its free service for students.
The bad economy and the shift to electronic communication could lead to the death of snail mail.