The question that prompted a one-word New York Times article

There's a very straightforward article in today's print edition of the New York Times.

Hey. May we make a recommendation? This is when we point you toward something - anything - that isn't ours, but is awesome.

And this is pretty awesome. There's a very straightforward article in Friday's print edition of the New York Times. In the technology section, specifically.

The title: "When I’m Mistakenly Put on an Email Chain, Should I Hit ‘Reply All’ Asking to Be Removed?"

The article?

One word: "No."

Under that one word, it says, "The New York Times's internal email system contributed to this report."

If you click on that "no," in the online version of the story, you're lead to a PDF showing an op-ed by Daniel Victor.

About the "dreaded replyallpocalypse."

Victor says: "It begins when an innocuous email that you probably don’t need lands in your inbox (as it did mine on Thursday... Soon someone inevitably replies (all): 'Please remove me from this email chain.'”

He elaborates from there...

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