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With all the new technology in our lives, from cell phones to social media, it can be difficult to know the best way to behave. But after listening to The Official Book of Electronic Etiquette, listeners will have a better sense of how to navigate the perils of the electronic era. Written by the founders of the National League of Junior Cotillions and narrated in pleasant fashion by performer Elijah Alexander, this audiobook is chock full of information about the best ways of using electronic technology in the home and office, whether it's leaving a voicemail message or sending an email. Plus, those with children will find the Parents' Guide to Electronic Etiquette especially useful for establishing healthy boundaries around digital communication.
A guide to good manners and courtesy in the 21st century.
Whether you are sending an email, twittering, or just wondering if it’s appropriate to answer your phone, here are the answers to all your communication questions. Covering phones, the Internet, television, and much, much more, this accessible and lively handbook provides up-to-date information on all your modern electronic needs. Written by the founders of the National League of Junior Cotillions, this book provides the listener with access to information sought after by hundreds of people. With an easy question-and-answer format and a full, The Official Book of Electronic Etiquette is a necessity for everyone who wants to know right from wrong in the electronic age.
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- Bernard F. Heaverly III
This would be relevant if it were 2002 and if never picked up a cell phone. Which doesn’t change the fact that most people are animals who still don’t understand the basics of etiquette.