New Speak In The New Age

Gerdel, Stephen T.
January 2001
Advisor Today;Jan2001, Vol. 96 Issue 1, p94
Trade Publication
Talks about the changes brought about by E-bonics, an abbreviated form of electronic mail communication in the third millennium. Examples of immediate technology; Impact of E-bonics on businesses; Challenges to be faced by businesses in the third millennium.


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