The Australian Book of Etiquette is a very slim volume
Whatever makes an impression on the heart seems lovely in the eye.
It’s proper Netiquette to protect data with passwords.
It’s good netiquette to be yourself online. That is who people like.
The rationale that etiquette should be eschewed because it fosters inequality does not ring true in a society that openly admits to a feverish interest in the comparative status-conveying qualities of sneakers. Manners are available...
Traditional values are not gone. They are good netiquette.