I have a box of stationery that sits on my desk and never gets used. Aside from the occasional thank-you note, I never sit at my desk and just pour my feelings out onto a sheet of paper with pen and ink.
Everything important gets an email — which is also what the New York Times is saying this week, as well as questioning what happens when emails don't get received. A lost email though, will never be as sad as a lost letter, and I think this is what Chris Noth's sentiment on Mr. Big was really about. But I'm still concerned with the letters — do you write any anymore?