Great Email Disasters (Paperback)
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Short Description for Great Email Disasters Email is convenient but highly dangerous. With an ill-considered click of the mouse, you can humiliate yourself in front of millions, lose your job or even end up in court. This title brings together over 100 stories of inbox ignominy.
- Published: 28 September 2007
- Format: Paperback 256 pages
- ISBN 13: 9781844544103 ISBN 10: 1844544109
- Sales rank: 293,339
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Email is convenient but highly dangerous. With an ill-considered click of the mouse, you can humiliate yourself in front of millions, lose your job or even end up in court. "Great Email Disasters" brings together over 100 of the funniest, scariest and weirdest stories of inbox ignominy. Meet the sheepish stars of the world wide web. These stories will make your toes curl!These stories discuss: the man who emailed a woman he met at a party, telling her: 'This is the part where I throw caution to the wind...Your smile is the freshest of my special memories' - and then sat back in horror as his email was circulated round the world; the vengeful wife who mailed 50 of her husband's most important work contacts from his email address, telling them: 'I've got an extremely small penis that couldn't excite a woman's nostril, let alone anything else'; the numerous couples whose intimate email chats were leaked and read by millions.It also discuss: Jo Moore, the government spin doctor who hit the headlines for her 'good day to bury bad news' e-mail on September 11, 2001. The ex-employee who thought he'd got revenge by wrecking his former company's computer system with a bombardment of emails - but was discovered and ended up in court; the Pentagon officer who accidentally included a Devon schoolgirl on an email list that discussed top-secret matters; the marketing man who wrote an email mocking his employer - and sent the message straight to his boss, plus numerous blogging buffoons, fax failures, terrible telephone calls and so much more...