|An ideal communication method?|
And how many of them can you actually remember? How many of them still matter, now that a whole hour or two has passed?
The pressure to communicate in quantity and right up-to-the-minute is extreme. We all check in continuously to assuage the vague fear that we might be missing something. But it doesn't contribute significantly to our happiness.
In fact, one can argue that slower communication is straightforwardly better communication.
I wrote this article on Huffington Post: