What is this netiquette you speak of?

“Netiquette” is network etiquette (or Internet etiquette), the do’s and don’ts of online communication. As one site put it, it is using technology effectively to communicate with others both personally and professionally with knowledge, understanding and courtesy. To keep you from being ‘flamed’ and to understand the how & why of being a good online citizen, there are some sites listed in this OLUG web links category for netiquette.

Or just search Google for ‘Netiquette’. =)

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