NOVEMBER 29, 2018 | ELECTRONIC GREETINGS DAY
ELECTRONIC GREETINGS DAY
Observed annually on November 29th, Electronic Greetings Day reminds us of how things have changed. The convenience and speed of sending an electronic greeting allow more people than ever to participate in this thoughtful process. We all enjoy it when someone remembers our birthdays, anniversaries and other important life events. While greeting cards continue to be used, electronic greetings are far more cost-effective and mean equally as much.
HOW TO OBSERVE
Send an electronic Greeting. Use #ElectronicGreetingsDay to post on social media.
Not long after the advent of electronic mail (e-mail) in 1993, the electronic greeting came along. The first electronic greeting card site was The Electric Postcard and was created by Judith Donath in 1994 at the MIT Media Lab. Within our research, we were unable to find the creator of Electronic Greetings Day.
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