Mixed media for e-mail? All advise against it


By Kathleen Atkins

Imagine receiving an e-mail with a five-second audio clip that plays automatically when you open the message.

An attractive idea? Does it depend on what those five seconds sound like? Lounge member RobG floated the audio-clip idea this week on behalf of a friend, who wants to add one to her e-mail signature — believing it will be a positive change.

Our respondents disagree — unanimously. See their list of reasons in the post. More»

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The following links are this week’s most interesting Lounge threads, including several new questions to which you might be able to provide responses:


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The Lounge Life column is a digest of the best of the WS Lounge discussion board. Kathleen Atkins is associate editor of Windows Secrets.
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About Kathleen Atkins

Kathleen Atkins is the Windows Secrets associate editor. She's also a freelance writer, editor, and photographer. Prior to joining Windows Secrets, she worked at Microsoft Press.