Mike Ribble, author of & # 39; Digital & # 39; said: "We are social people, but online, we have no ideas to identify and truly express to others, how they feel or react to things. The Racist Handbook for School Leaders." We see the Internet- from & # 39; troll & # 39 ;, someone who sends a bomb, against online content, a monkey hidden from the security of the Internet world.In fact, trolls can be friends, neighbors, parents – even ourselves .
Even if you do not fit the definition of troll, which is associated with deliberate attempts that can cause conflict, it is easy to find yourself in the trolldom watershed. In other words, we are all capable of engaging in meaningless, meaningful arguments online that do not reflect our personality as a person. Read more >>
There is endless debate in the entire tech community: What do you mean by the end of your email? Does the "Cheers" gap also affect the UK (if you are not British)? Is "Hopeless" hopeless? Can you finish things off easily, leaving your name affectionately up to the next communication, or should you write down your work and achievements and importance after saying "Bye"? What do you really need to know when sending an email to someone else? And, my dear God, people are still real call to each other in today's world? (And should you do that too?)
Here's the good news: Closing your email is easier than you thought. Here's what to do. Read more >>
Direct messaging – DM – is a one-on-one conversation with another user invited to a social media platform. Most of the places you spend your time online – like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, LinkedIn and so on – offer some form of DM communication.
"By 2019, if social media is your law, DM is your box," he said Natalie Zfat, an expert on social media. You can annoy DM with anyone, whether you know it or not, without needing to know their contact information. And, unlike email, DMs will notify you when your message has been viewed. Read more >>
If we need a search for our health, finances or cars, we can get doctors, accounts or mechanics. But who assures our digital lives?