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Emily Post Biography - Facts, Birthday, Life Story -
Former debutante Emily Price Post (born October 27, 1872) turned to writing after her 1906 divorce. At the request of her publisher she wrote Etiquette in Society, in Business, in Politics, and at Home in 1922. Later retitled Etiquette––the Blue Book of Social Usage, it went through 10 editions and 90 printings before Post's death in 1960, making her the nation's expert on good manners.
etiquette  biography 
june 2019 by kme
RFC 1855 Netiquette Guidelines - October 1995
This bibliography was used to gather most of the information in the
sections above as well as for general reference. Items not
specifically found in these works were gathered from the IETF-RUN
Working Group's experience.

[1] Angell, D., and B. Heslop, "The Elements of E-mail Style",
New York: Addison-Wesley, 1994.

[2] "Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Usenet"
Original author: jerry@eagle.UUCP (Jerry Schwarz)
Maintained by: (Mark Moraes)
Archive-name: usenet-faq/part1

[3] Cerf, V., "Guidelines for Conduct on and Use of
Internet", at: <URL://

[4] Dern, D., "The Internet Guide for New Users", New York:
McGraw-Hill, 1994.

[5] "Emily Postnews Answers Your Questions on Netiquette"
Original author: (Brad Templeton)
Maintained by: (Mark Moraes)
Archive-name: emily-postnews/part1

[6] Gaffin, A., "Everybody's Guide to the Internet", Cambridge,
Mass., MIT Press, 1994.

[7] "Guidelines for Responsible Use of the Internet"
from the US house of Representatives gopher, at:

[8] How to find the right place to post (FAQ)
by (Aliza R. Panitz)
Archive-name: finding-groups/general

[9] Hambridge, S., and J. Sedayao, "Horses and Barn Doors:
Evolution of Corporate Guidelines for Internet Usage",
LISA VII, Usenix, November 1-5, 1993, pp. 9-16.
<URL: or

[10] Heslop, B., and D. Angell, "The Instant Internet guide :
Hands-on Global Networking", Reading, Mass., Addison-Wesley,

[11] Horwitz, S., "Internet Etiquette Tips",

[12] Internet Activities Board, "Ethics and the Internet", RFC 1087,
IAB, January 1989. <URL:>

[13] Kehoe, B., "Zen and the Art of the Internet: A Beginner's
Guide", Netiquette information is spread through the chapters
of this work. 3rd ed. Englewood Cliffs, NJ., Prentice-Hall,

[14] Kochmer, J., "Internet Passport: NorthWestNet's Guide
to our World Online", 4th ed. Bellevue, Wash.,
NorthWestNet, Northwest Academic Computing Consortium, 1993.

[15] Krol, Ed, "The Whole Internet: User's Guide and
Catalog", Sebastopol, CA, O'Reilly & Associates,

[16] Lane, E. and C. Summerhill, "Internet Primer for
Information Professionals: a basic guide to Internet networking
technology", Westport, CT, Meckler, 1993.

[17] LaQuey, T., and J. Ryer, "The Internet Companion",
Chapter 3 "Communicating with People", pp 41-74. Reading,
MA, Addison-Wesley, 1993.

[18] Mandel, T., "Surfing the Wild Internet", SRI International
Business Intelligence Program, Scan No. 2109. March, 1993.
<URL: gopher://

[19] Martin, J., "There's Gold in them thar Networks! or Searching for
Treasure in all the Wrong Places", FYI 10, RFC 1402,
January 1993. <URL:>

[20] Pioch, N., "A Short IRC Primer", Text conversion
by Owe Rasmussen. Edition 1.1b, February 28, 1993.

[21] Polly, J., "Surfing the Internet: an Introduction",
Version 2.0.3. Revised May 15, 1993.
<URL: gopher://

[22] "A Primer on How to Work With the Usenet Community"
Original author: (Chuq Von Rospach)
Maintained by: (Mark Moraes)
Archive-name: usenet-primer/part1

[23] Rinaldi, A., "The Net: User Guidelines and Netiquette",
September 3, 1992.

[24] "Rules for posting to Usenet"
Original author: (Gene Spafford)
Maintained by: (Mark Moraes)
Archive-name: posting-rules/part1

[25] Shea, V., "Netiquette", San Francisco: Albion Books,

[26] Strangelove, M., with A. Bosley, "How to Advertise
on the Internet", ISSN 1201-0758.

[27] Tenant, R., "Internet Basics", ERIC Clearinghouse of Information
Resources, EDO-IR-92-7. September, 1992.
<URL: gopher://
<URL: gopher://

[28] Wiggins, R., "The Internet for everyone: a guide for
users and providers", New York, McGraw-Hill, 1995.
rfc  etiquette  netiquette  howto  reference 
june 2019 by kme
What Reply-All E-mail Would Feel Like in Real Life | Shorts & Murmurs | The New Yorker - YouTube
What Reply-All E-mail Would Feel Like in Real Life | Shorts & Murmurs | The New Yorker
email  netiquette  etiquette  replyall  video  humor 
september 2016 by kme
Interview with a Wadhwa | The Verge
The equivalent this time were those DMs to Ellis. In the initial TLDR episode, Haggerty said DMs were "the hand on the knee of social media communication." In the follow-up episode, she stood by the phrase. Probably because it's 2015! Women are starting to build a vocabulary to talk about the gray-area interactions they face online. Managing the expectations of a "mentions pest," for example, is incredibly energy-zapping, but I never had a word for it until Lily Benson's etiquette guide list this month. Wadhwa blames the "hand on knee" comment for allegations of sexual harassment and being called a sexual predator, but Wadhwa is the one who keeps bringing it up.
feminism  tech  womenintech  twitter  socialmedia  etiquette 
february 2015 by kme
How To Talk To Girls On Twitter Without Coming Off Like A Creepy Rando
I'm going to start telling men to smile, cause they're more handsome when they do. And just wait for their reactions. (To clarify, I'm a robot that is powered by gay panic.)
socialmedia  twitter  creeps  etiquette  forthecomments 
february 2015 by kme
Illustrated Etiquette Guide Explains How to Ride the Paris Metro in a Civilized Way | Open Culture
C’est les jours de grosse chaleur, tel le manchot empereur, bien garder les bras le long du corps et prendre sa meilleure prise en bas du poteau, pas tout en haut
december 2013 by kme

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