I love receiving fan mail.
If you count E-mail, I'm on the Internet all day, every day.
At least for the people who send me mail about a new language that they're designing, the general advice is: do it to learn about how to write a compiler
You do it a day at a time. You write as well as you can, you put it in the mail, you leave it under submission, you never leave it at home.
One serious drawback about letters is that, in order to get them, one must send some out. When it comes to the mail, I feel it is better to receive than to give.
Fan mail is one thing, but fans you meet in person are a different matter entirely.
E-mail is far more convenient than the telephone, as far as I'm concerned. I would throw my phone away if I could get away with it.
Those who are seeking ways to tap into the potential of e-mail will find themselves in a position to capitalize on the pending explosion in Internet usage.
My father had all kinds of instruments in the house that he would hide from my mother. He bought them through mail order!
You glance at an e-mail. You give more attention to a real letter.
I refuse to this day to do e-mail because everybody I know that does it, it takes another two or three hours a day. I don't want to give two or three more hours away.
That's my dream job, to be able to mail songs out to people who want to hear them. Paste my face on them and not travel all over the world trying to sell them.
The people who send us fan mail written in blood say the nicest things, so it doesn't freak us out too much.
Some very famous directors have started in the mail room, which is just getting inside the studio, getting to know people, getting to know the routine.
This was all the inspiration it took: We put 100 percent of ourselves in the lines. We personally take care of everything, from fulfillment to answering the mail.
I guess I'm not that aware of such a big fan base. I have a few core people who write me no matter what I'm doing, but I hardly have sacks of mail being dropped on my door!
I love home. I'll stay up there for days on end, I won't even go down the driveway to look for the mail.
Politicians are just Daily Mail journalists writ large, aren't they? They're always telling us what's going to happen, and we know they don't know!
If you don't have an e-mail address, you're in the Netherworld. If you don't have your own World Wide Web page, you're a nobody.
I know how many days in which I have just answered e-mail, had three phone calls and a two hour lunch. Poof, gone. They are not infrequent.
There's so much stuff said about me that's not true, so now if something is hurtful and wrong, I send an e-mail or letter immediately, saying, This is not true.
Anyone wishing to communicate with Americans should do so by e-mail, which has been specially invented for the purpose, involving neither physical proximity nor speech.
I am not overlooking any mail. I'm looking at all of it. I even wrote back to the Viagra people.
Like almost everyone who uses e-mail, I receive a ton of spam every day. Much of it offers to help me get out of debt or get rich quick. It would be funny if it weren't so irritating.
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