We are more advanced technologically than ever before. However, technology, in many respects, is leading to the decline of conversation.
—Cindy Ann Peterson
Never tell a mother how she has to raise her children and give no advice over their schooling, health or nutrition if you are not asked to.
Intrinsic values and qualities are age-free. For example, social competencies or a good heart.
Let us work towards not only bringing civility back in style, but ultimately making it a lifestyle.
Posting something that is encouraging and well done compared to something that is trashy and common is the difference between eating a fine meal or the scraps from making that meal.
—John Patrick Hickey
Thou shalt not unfollow someone, merely because they stopped following you.
Hey wedding DJ, there is no way in hell I’m paying you $1,000 when all you’re doing is plugging your iPod into the sound system #AHOLE
Internet Etiquette is a subset of Netiquette for using proper forms of the alphabet, Netiquette Words.
Don’t respond to email immediately. Wait, think about a reply. It’s good netiquette.
So they left the subject and played croquet, which is a very good game for people who are annoyed with one another, giving many opportunities for venting rancor.
Netiquette Rules bring us together. Culture creates great experiences. Share.
There has to be a connection between mind and body for electronic input and an engagement by another for Netiquette.
Wisdom tells us that the best time for silence is when we are mad or upset.
If you can’t be kind, at least be vague.
Be Yourself: It is proper netiquette to act as you do in reality on the internet.
Giving posts a second look makes them twice as good. It’s good netiquette.
If someone is trying to share a laugh and you personally do not find it funny, then just move on and leave it alone. Do not steal someone else’s humor.
Remember this, posting pictures are like speaking words, you cannot take them back.
In truth, the crossing from nature to culture and vice versa has always stood wide open. It leads across an easily accessible bridge: the practising life. People have committed themselves to its construction since they...
On my way out I didn’t look at the dark guy, the suicide bomber, again. I think I didn’t look at him because I didn’t believe he was a terrorist, but maybe I didn’t look...
Traditional values are not gone. They are good netiquette.
Contrary to popular opinion, manners are not a luxury good that’s interesting only to those who can afford to think about them. The essence of good manners is not exclusivity, nor exclusion of any kind,...
As a netiquette search rule “and” in keywords terms means results must have both terms.
It’s good netiquette to look for every opportunity to compliment others online.
Good intentions are good netiquette. A conscious effort to be nice others on the internet.
Positive people on the other had are not those who deny what is going on around them for some pie-in-the-sky type of thinking. Positive people are very award of the problems, disasters and difficulties that...
I was raised right — I talk about people behind their backs. It’s called manners.
Let your internet engagement show your inner beauty through online actions with Netiquette.
It is good netiquette to use domains that do not allow spam, hate, or violence.
It seems that the days of public modesty and concern about how we look are far from us. I will not say they are gone forever, in culture nothing is forever.
By no means do I think that playing games online is wrong or rude. However, constantly sending requests is an act of bad manners as well as being very annoying to the one receiving them.
God gave you a gift of 84,600 seconds today. Have you used one of them to say thank you?
—William Arthur Ward
You understand Teacher, don’t you, that when you have a mother who’s an angel and a father who is a cannibal king, and when you have sailed on the ocean all your whole life, then...
Effective internet communication is contact that is acted upon in a good manner, Netiquette.
A believer covers up and give Naseehah, whereas an evil-doer exposes and humiliates.
Truly good manners are invisible: they ease the way for others, without drawing attention to themselves. It is no accident that the word “punctilious” (“attentive to formality or etiquette”) comes from the same original root...
It is proper Netiquette to post pictures with status updates to make them more engaging.
Dialogue, discussion, question, and answer make people human. Rules civilize. Netiquette is human. Practice!
Keep the personal, personal and do not be guilty of spreading bad feelings.
So yes, I say things I regret constantly, and I just can’t help it.
The field of asking is fundamentally improvisational. It thrives not in the creation of rules and etiquette but in the smashing of that etiquette.Which is to say: there are no rules.Or, rather, there are plenty...
If you cannot post it in social media do not send it in email. Netiquette
Consistent internet use, posting messages and sending email, encourages engagement.
Social media is just that – social.
Okay, I cannot say this without being very direct. If you are looking for a spouse or even a romance through social media, you are looking for trouble.
To make a simple change of a typeface can instantly transform text which had the appearance and tone of a joyous announcement to suddenly convey that of a somber tragedy.
Good manners have much to do with the emotions. To make them ring true, one must feel them, not merely exhibit them.
The internet is great because of Netiquette we create. Participate and reciprocate.
The first rule of etiquette a boy learns when he’s about to entersociety is that civility is due to all women. No provocation, nomatter how unjust and rudely delivered, can validate a man who failsto...
I had a friend whose family had dinner together every day. The mother would tuck you in at night and make breakfast in the morning. It just seemed so amazing to me.
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