Live online chat today at 2:00 EST

This afternoon at 2:00 p.m. EST, I’m doing an hour-long live online chat through Canada’s Globe and Mail. You can access the chat when it’s in progress, and I believe you can start submitting questions at 1:55 p.m. The topic of the chat is organizing e-mail, but I expect it also to cover office, home, and life issues.

Anyone in the world can submit questions (please do!) and follow along with the discussion. There is an editor who chooses the questions from those submitted and sends the selected ones to me, and then I type as quickly as I can to enter a response. I’m really looking forward to answering your questions — I expect it to be a lot of fun.

And, if you can’t stay around for the whole hour to watch the chat unfold, you can read the transcript of the chat afterward.

On Monday, I appeared in The Globe and Mail article “Four ways to free yourself from a cluttered inbox.” Check it out for tips to help get your e-mail under control.

4 Comments for “Live online chat today at 2:00 EST”

  1. posted by Dude from Canada on

    FYI: The Globe & Mail is Canada’s national newspaper. People from other parts of the country refer to it negatively as “Toronto’s Globe & Mail” when they feel that the editorial is too Toronto centric.

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    posted by Erin Doland on

    @Dude — That’s funny. I’ve switched up the text in the article to read “Canada’s” instead of Toronto. Thanks for the head’s up!

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    posted by jpalvey on

    I read the article 4 Ways to Rid yourself of a cluttered inbox. I spent all day (it feels like) cleaning out my inbox and adding filters. Oh my word! I have 3, yes THREE emails that I left in my inbox, simply because I need to remember to address them. I can’t believe how much stuff I had saved for so long. I had 3 years worth of emails. (I’m sure that is only because I purged them about 3 years ago. haha)

    Thank you Unclutterer for changing the way I think about STUFF!

  4. posted by marina tellman on

    this is a bit of an aside, but I clicked onto your site from the Globe & Mail discussion today and I find the ad for the “tiny belly” to be quite an unprofessional, cliched and ugly contrast to a) the good ideas presented on the Globe site and b) my preconceived notion of what an “uncluttered” website would look like. Ouch.

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