E-mail is a nuisance for Mike Geile, as it is for many people. But his beef is different than most. The 36-year-old carpenter from Ketchum, Idaho, doesn’t have an electronic post office box. Nevertheless, every day someone â€“ a friend, relative, co-worker, bill collector, store clerk â€“ asks for it.
“I don’t have one,” he tells them.
“What?” they say.