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Twitter etiquette is a lot like the advice your mother gave you when you were young. Be nice and treat people well and they’ll respond in kind.
With it you can get a message to someone without causing their phone to ring at aninopportune time, ask a friend a question and let them respond at their leisure, or just shout out a quick greeting to someone without making a big deal about it. There are, however, a few text-message etiquette tips to keep in mind: http://www.emilypost.com
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Mark Pastin - Ethics Author and writer of Are you a "Stickler" or a "Wiggler" when it comes to Ethics?
Special to the Globe & Mail - Published Monday, Dec. 02, 2013
Digital Citizenship and ethics always seem to go hand in hand. Read Mark Pastin's article and determine where you fit in. Are you a Navigator? A Stickler? A Wiggler? A Negotiator?
The Globe & Mail: Are you a Wiggler or a Stickler when it comes to Ethics
Kevin Allocca is YouTube's Trends Manager, and he has deep thoughts about silly web videos. In this talk from TEDYouth, he shares the 4 reasons a video goes viral. TED-Ed lesson link: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/kevin-alloca-why-videos-go-viral
The state of being a citizen of a particular society, political or national community. Citizenship carries both rights & responsibilities.
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