We getting more and more frustrated and unproductive because of the growing flood of messages in our inboxes.
By waiting for email answers that might never happen, or getting irritated by meaningless thank you letters, or just by getting piled up with of emails. An average person spends 2.5 days a year just on answering emails, according to Cue, personal info organization application.
How do we get that time back? Well, there is a number of techniques around. Paul Jones, one of the earliest email adopters and a professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill chose the most radical way in July 2011 and is happy with the decision so far.