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However, soon the debate was on. O'Loghlin was in great form. "Email used to be a great way to keep in touch with people you didn't quite want to talk to," he said. "Now that's Facebook".
Only 11 per cent of teens use email everyday, he said. "But just because the kids ain't doing it, doesn't mean it ain't happening." In the workplace, the panel agreed, email was very much alive and profuse.