This week, Farhad Manjoo and Emily Yoffe debate whether and when it's acceptable to scrap the paper wedding invitation and use emailed invites instead. Listen to Episode No. 21 using the audio player below or by opening this player in a new tab.
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Is it OK to tweet your own horn?
Keeping Your Email Address Private
Getting Scooped on Facebook
Enough with the Earbuds
Texting During Dinner with Co-Workers
Are Some Things Better Expressed NOT On Your Facebook Page
Who Invited the Smartphone to Dinner?
Accepting a Friend Request
Email Gone Astray
Must I Tell Facebook I'm "In a Relationship"?
Can I Ignore a Tweet Directed at Me?
Hiding Your Party's Guest List
Declaring Your Love on Facebook
How Late Is Too Late to Text?
Can I Split a Check With Groupon?
Can I Use My Phone at a Dinner Party?
Should I Return a Missed Call?
"We Can Hear You Having Sex"
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