Where are all the Christmas cards?
Yes, we're still more than a week away. But if you've noticed a dramatic fall-off in the number of holiday cards you would have normally received by the Ides of December, you're not alone. A number of factors seem to be driving down the volume of Christmas cards--including Facebook, where it's now possible to see everyday the family pictures that used to arrive in the mail but once a year. Is this a story about the social networking site that stole Christmas? Please come ahead with your experiences on the holiday card front--are you getting fewer, sending fewer? Are e-cards replacing the traditional paper cards? Does the economy play a role in these decisions?
What are you seeing, at home, at the office, in your email inbox? Let us know by commenting below or sending me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by: joanharlin | December 17, 2009 1:53 AM | Report abuse
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