Learn the rules of etiquette and good manners for the online world with eEtiquette. It offers 101 useful guidelines on how we should behave in the digital world.
A survey found that most people percent agree that mobile devices, such as laptops, netbooks and cell phones, are part of our daily lives and society needs to adapt to the fact that people use them at all times.
If you are conducting an online meeting or need to make a remote presentation from your home office, these tips and good habits from GoToMeeting should come in handy: It’s tempting to eat or drink while recording or live casting your podcast, video cast, webinar or remote meeting.
PC Magazine shares some useful tips and rules for more effective email communication. Favorite picks: 1.
“Keep it short and sweet because if you don’t, you’ll get ignored.” Christopher Elliott shares some good practices and etiquettes for sending e-mail messages to and from cell phones.
What do you do when someone known (like a friend, relative or a work colleague) starts to spam your email inbox.
Internal linking is a practice among bloggers where you place a link on a word like, say, Google, but instead of actually linking to Google you link to another page on your own blog about Google.
When you click the name of some company on TechCrunch blog, you are very likely* to be transported to some internal web page that it not the official website but aggregates all the posts ever published on TechCrunch about that start-up.