Rules of Netiquette for Acronyms and Emoticons [video]

Rules of Netiquette for Acronyms and Emoticons

What are the rules of netiquette for acronyms and emoticons? In this video, you’ll find out that IBM doesn’t stand for the computer giant and HAND isn’t an appendage.

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Julie Spira is a netiquette expert and author of The Rules of Netiquette: How to Mind Your Manners on the Web. Visit us at rulesofnetiquette.com

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One Response to Rules of Netiquette for Acronyms and Emoticons [video]
  1. Robin Potter
    December 22, 2011 | 3:31 pm

    Julie Spira,
    I am a big fan of your Rules of Netiquette. Things are moving so fast that it helps to have someone to go to for advice. It is wonderful that you were forward looking and had the insight to write down the Rules of Netiquette. It makes my life easier.

    Thank You,
    Robin Potter

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