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netiquette

Informatics Internet etiquette. See Internet.
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Angry files, however, are discouraged by netiquette. Such a file is called a "flame." One can "flame" a whole bulletin board.
"Netiquette" has tolerated and perhaps encouraged a practice known as "flaming," in which a user feels free to say anything, however intemperate, about anything or anyone.
Finally, perhaps the worst breach of netiquette I have ever seen took place in the Bigg market in the mid-80s: a young lady with a Kevin Keegan perm (and legs too) rushed into the blokes loo and promptly plonked her ample frame onto one of the sinks.
"The Wellness Universe gives people and companies the honor of being a 'Contributor to a Better World.' A great status for those who create original content and share content through common netiquette practices that is positive or helpful in nature.
"They should take up the netiquette rules at an early stage and inform about the dangers.
This is where you can find a direct link to the Network Web site as well as information on "tips and netiquette" for a better experience on the online community.
Articles like "Know Your Netiquette?" won't make kids better netizens.
Also, email communication can be considered less secure.": Essential 'netiquette':Do: Read your email in its entirety before pressing "send".
I especially appreciated some of the suggestions from survey respondents for cleaning up our own e-mail "netiquette," like using clear and correct subject lines.
The site also features a Teachers' Corner that offers down-loadable materials and lessons--not all requiring computer access--covering topics such as e-mail safety, cyber-citizenship, privacy and netiquette. Other companies involved with the initiative include McAfee, NetZero and The CyberSmart!
The rules will include good use of subject headers, defining everyone's roles, including the teacher's, and politeness online, ie "netiquette".
The Zap web site is aimed at children between the ages of 8 and 14, and in addition to offering information on netiquette and safe surfing, helps children to learn more about school-related topics in a enjoyable way.