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Voicemail Has Become More of a Burden than an Asset

I have long hated just about everything concerning voicemail.  Fundamentally, I still don’t understand why I should have to push multiple buttons, codes and selections to get my voicemail.  I want my voicemail when I want it.  I should be able to push one button and have it start playing.

But Professor Mark J. Randazza over at The Legal Satyricon links to a new TechCrunch article “Think Before You Voicemail.” Mark hits the nail on the head when he says “voicemail is an outdated form of communication.”  Text messages, emails and the like are the best forms of communication which technology has to offer.  Set up phone conferences at specific times on specific dates if you need to talk to someone directly.  Voicemail Sucks!

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