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The only thing shorter than a New York minute is an email one.

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Did you get my email?
What email?
The one I sent you today.
I didnt get the email. When did you send it?
15 minutes ago.

So it goes. A recent survey by TargetX, an email marketing firm, indicated that 13 percent of their respondents said theyd take their bus......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Troy Janisch 07/24/03


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