Aggressive Smaller Screens?

4 Sep
Dear Readers,
 
Have you ever noticed when you read an email on your cell phone it can appear more aggressive in tone than if you viewed it on your computer’s larger screen, or is it just me? 
 
But then I started to think this might be true for so many people and would explain so much in life. There are so many people living their lives off of a tiny cell phone screen and hence the many misunderstood perceptions and incorrect tones of an email. Then you throw in the people that do not take time to actually read emails completely in its entirety and the hostile domino effects happens! 
 
As we know by the examples in our daily (personal and professional) lives of the ugly entitled; you have it, I want it, so give it to me, lacking in the essential and well needed pause button in their heads. In a flash their anger goes off with a press of the “send” button attaching a purposeful nasty email, need I go on from there?
 
Just maybe this could explain how our world has become so angry, critical and destructiveness? What is disconcerting to me is the stupidity of people thinking it’s no big deal, so what. I can only say to these people, please remember there is no “reset button” to press in life and an instant redo cannot occur.   
 
Asklotta and staff will MIND YOUR BUSINESS today always ensuring a larger computer screen’s perspective when in doubt before hitting the send button.
 
Again, it has been my pleasure to tell you what to do and what NOT to do!
 
Kindest regards,
 
Asklotta
 
President and CEO
 
CBCorp   
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2 Responses to “Aggressive Smaller Screens?”

  1. t September 6, 2012 at 1:14 pm #

    Yes! That’s why I’ve been so angry as of late! I need to buy myself a 42″ cell phone!

    • asklotta September 6, 2012 at 2:05 pm #

      hahaha! Well…my tag line is Problem Solved!
      But the visual of a 42″ cell phone takes the expression bigger, better, more to a new level…Thanks t!

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