SFGATE: E-Motional breakdown: The state of e-mail misery

This morning the San Francisco Chronicle published an article by Chris Colin on the emotional impact email overload has on the user.  Ironically, he gathered data for the piece by spamming his contacts with questions about their relationship with email.  The result is some interesting stuff that focuses less on technology and more on negative feelings that arise from trying to manage too much email:

“Complaining about e-mail is like complaining about traffic or tourists: a facile old whine. But whines have good and bad years, and 2007 has been a doozy.”

Check it out.