Once upon a time, getting an email was exciting. The icon for a tiny red flag would pop up, and your eyes would light up. In the 1990s, Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan were even in a Nora Ephron movie that lionized the power and charm of email. Today, though, email’s glory days are over, and it has become the most headache-inducing, inefficient technology we use daily. That’s because email has evolved into something it was never supposed to be – an endless mishmash of notifications poorly organized into riddled folders and labels and an overflow of fragmented, rigid conversations. In turn, email has drifted further away from its primary purpose: to help people communicate.
Anyway, if you are still using email you can contact us via absolute-entertainment at protonmail dot com, maybe we even read and answer it. For a fast and uncomplicated response use Telegram.