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Netiquette: Rules for Good Manners in Digital Communications
Transcript of Netiquette: Rules for Good Manners in Digital Communications
Rules for Good Manners in Digital Communications
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Use appropriate emotions (emotion icons) to help convey meaning:
Use emoticons to convey emotions only if you are sure that your readers know their meaning.
Use appropriate intensifiers to help convey meaning:
Avoid "flaming" (online "screaming") or sentences typed in all caps.
Use asterisks surrounding words to indicate italics used for emphasis ("at last").
Use words in brackets, such as (grin), to show a state of mind.
Use common acronyms (e.g., LOL for "laugh out loud").
Be courteous when using technologies to communicate:
Silence device sounds when requested.
Talk on phones in public only when permitted.
When communicating with devices in public be respectful of others by talking and texting quietly.
Begin messages with a salutation and end them with your name.
Use a signature (a footer with your identifying information) at the end of a message.
Include a subject line:
Give a descriptive phrase in the subject line of the message header that tells the topic of the message (not just "Hi, there!").
People who don't know you may misinterpret its meaning.
Respects others' privacy:
Do not quote or forward personal email without the original author's permission.
Acknowledge and return messages promptly.
Copy with caution:
Don't copy everyone you know on each message.
No spam (a.k.a. junk mail):
Don't contribute to worthless information on the internet by sending or responding to mass postings of chain letters, rumors, etc.
Keep messages as concise as possible-about one screen, as a rule of thumb.
Use appropriate language:
Avoid coarse, rough, or rude language
Observe good grammar and spelling