by Virginia Shea
Publisher: Albion Books 1994
This book brings etiquette to the bustling frontiers of cyberspace. In a series of entertaining essays, the author establishes the do's and the don'ts of communicating online, from the Golden Rule to the art of the flame, from the elements of electronic style to virtual romance. Accessible to both network wizard and clueless newbie, this is the first book to offer the guidance that all users need to be perfectly polite online.
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