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e-communication

Definitions

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  • noun communication by electronic means, especially over computer networks

Etymologies

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e- +‎ communication

Examples

  • Corporates, particularly the utility companies, often in an effort to reduce costs, unwittingly or cynically perpetuate untruths by stating that e-billing or other forms of e-communication are better for the environment and that, by switching to online documents, we will ‘save forests’ and be more environmentally responsible.

    Books, Ebooks and the Environment « Tales from the Reading Room

  • Meet in person: Given the emphasis on e-communication, going out of your way to meet people in person is another way to stand out.

    Grandma Was Right

  • Meet in person: Given the emphasis on e-communication, going out of your way to meet people in person is another way to stand out.

    Grandma Was Right

  • In the same breath that we pronounce various types of e-communication media dead, dying, over, or expired, we try desperately to breathe life into "what's next."

    What's Next After Twitter, Facebook? They're Not Dead Yet

  • So I am not completely renouncing e-documents or e-communication.

    Starve a Bookworm, Save a Tree: The Pros and Cons of Going Paperless

  • Meet in person: Given the emphasis on e-communication, going out of your way to meet people in person is another way to stand out.

    Grandma Was Right

  • In addition to tracking the recipients of your e-newsletter, using an e-mail marketing service will give you piece of mind that your e-communication complies with antispam laws.

    Use and abuse of email marketing

  • In addition to tracking the recipients of your e-newsletter, using an e-mail marketing service will give you piece of mind that your e-communication complies with antispam laws.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Little did I know at the time that this seemingly innocuous request would erupt into an all-out e-communication catastrophe that would permanently change the way I view my interactions with others.

    Maegan Carberry: Manners 2.0: A Guide to Technetiquette

  • The withdrawal of young people into e-communication, from computer games to permanently attached mobile phones, is much lamented and maligned, but is partly about the desire to be inside a protected space from which adults are excluded.

    Children need more space, less ultrasound, says Archbishop

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