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    • Netiquette From the words “net” and “etiquette,” get it?
      • It took 38 years for radio to gain 50 million listeners.
      • It took 13 years for television to gain 50 million viewers.
      • But it only took 4 years for the Internet to gain 50 million users.
      • For that reason, the Internet is no longer the wild frontier that it was in the 1990s.
      • You don’t need many rules if you are driving and nobody else is on the highway, but you do when the roads are crowded during rush hour.
      • Likewise, the more crowded the Internet gets, the more important are guidelines for good online behavior.
      • Here is what I have learned from my own experience. These rules apply to e-mail, bulletin boards/forums, and chat rooms.
    • Don’t Spam This means no:
      • Unsolicited Commercial E-mail (UCE)
      • Off-Topic Messages on Bulletin Boards
      • Chain Letters
      • Forwarding of E-mail Hoaxes
    • Use the subject line if you have one.
    • DON'T USE ALL CAPS!
    • Send & receive e-mail attachments with care.
      • Ask before sending really large attachments.
      • Consider using a zip/unzip program.
      • Watch out for viruses!
    • Before taking part in a chat room or bulletin board discussion, learn the rules.
    • No Trolls! This means no:
      • Abusive, insulting behavior
      • Impersonation of others
      • Revealing real-life info
      • Creating websites to bully classmates
      • Cyberstalking
    • Quote only the part of a message you’re responding to.
    • Keep those signature files short, too.
    • Be nice to the newbies.
      • Remember when you were one?
    • Don’t flirt in the chat rooms.
      • You may think you’re talking with this . . .
      • When you’re really talking with this!
    • Don’t flood the chat rooms.
      • ADKLQW00R23UJ59-AGFNF;RT3-Q3-VMAFJA;OORTU5-1-85ZVNMJKC[AIT=Q 59BN03402IURUIVB-0WS936N7-00ZX?/?/!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!dfOHIEN5902860NAT88W77*A*774Z4G4W74YQ++7TYA=S9S==9HXBMMait=1969=sj[fiqQ=59WORIEITYUABUTTHEADBUTTHEADBUTTHEAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    • Respect intellectual property rights.
    • Never, ever , do these on company/school time!
      • Pornography
      • Online games
    • Consider using a spellchecker.
    • If all this is too much to remember, go by the golden rule.