Plus, I thought "poppers" were something we'd grown out of in the 90s?
Companies need to be mindful of the burden of e-mails on their staff and implement ways to reduce it in order to increase productivity
Hotel magnate Jonathan M. Tisch has a rule he applies to all his email correspondence, and suggests you do too
More than half the email replies are less than 43 words, and only 30 per cent of emails are longer than 100 words.
The immoral use of fake online job ads by some agencies luring graduates into handing over their CVs is becoming more common
The hacker targeted email and social media accounts belonging to various high-profile figures by guessing passwords using biographical information
Identity of swine shrouded in secrecy
The threat, which has also been sent to Italy, Germany, Hungary and Slovenia, 'lacks credibility'
This competition is now closed.
The Independent has teamed up with BT to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a complete TV and broadband package worth £1,000 including a year’s subscription.
Please do not mention Ms Helle Thorning-Schmidt in front of the hostess
Oxford University has apologised after an administrator accidentally emailed a list of poorly performing students’ marks to their peers yesterday.
Latest bad news from the astonishingly popular app follows a New Years Day hack that publicized data belonging to 4.6m users
What happened when our chess writer, Jon Speelman, auctioned himself for elephants?
New feature integrates users' contacts on social network Google+, allowing users who don't know your email address to contact you over Gmail
Embattled New Jersey governor Chris Christie has fired one of his top aides, who allegedly engineered traffic jams on a New York bridge to punish a political opponent.