Netiquette

The rules of good behavior online. Everyone could use a little Netiquette. School rules and communication tools.

Golden Rule - The First Rule of Civilization

Saranyu Social Media Biography

Saranyu Social Media, Saranyu, goes by her first name. She is the Goddess of the Clouds in the Hindu Religion. The Internet is a form of cloud computing. The character was created by David Chiles.

This is User Generated Content (UGC). Sharing is required. Social Media domains allow users to generate content, which is uploaded to the cloud, remote computers. Then it becomes social, content created within a given network that users may alter.

Sharing is what makes media social. UGC must be shared to be appreciated. Our contacts must affirm or improve it. Often times comments add value to content. They support it. Peer interaction classifies us together. It is social.

Saranyu demands a fast internet connection. Her followers get frustrated with slow connections. They upload big files to Social Media websites.

Her head in the clouds. Big ideas are common for her. She is the queen of the cloud and knows her netiquette regarding all things cloud computer related.

The online image she projects means a lot of things to a lot of people. She has so many followers in all the popular social domains that her influence is greater than most traditional media stars. Advice from her is followed. Pictures are reposted. Everyone likes her posts. Comments on her media encourage her to create more.

Audio Visual Video

Published on August 10, 2015 | 1:14 Minutes | Science and Technology

This is a Nerdcore Rap about Netiquette, NetworkEtiquette.net. SocMed the Social Media Rapper is the artist, David Chiles. It is the YouTube channel trailer.

Articles & Rules

Published on February 6, 2015 | 0:48 Minutes | Science and Technology

Netiquette is the proper social convention of network communication according to community standards because the rules are social. Netiquette Articles are short explanations of terms, words, and acronyms. Book descriptions are articles. The rules of Netiquette.