Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Netiquette Quote of The Day - Misunderstanding a Communication - Via Netiquette IQ


Yesterday's blog spoke to imperatives or words which might sound like commands although they were not intended to be. Since tone and interpretation are critical to good Netiquette, we must always pay attention to this area of email.
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“They have the unique ability to listen to one story and understand another.”
Pandora Poikilos, Excuse Me, My Brains Have Stepped Out

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