Netiquette

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

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Question: What are internet rules?

Answer: Network communication conventions taught in school followed by professionals and communities.

Computer networking principles guide our activity. There are core conventions we follow most. They prevent us from behaving badly online.

These are principles. The basic guidelines that form the system of netiquette. The first ten are the foundation. They serve to keep us in order. Extreme behavior is not acceptable. Moderate behavior is the most acceptable.

  • Guide
  • Core
  • Boundaries

Schools establish their own style of techniques for digital interaction. Most have policy documents that fit within the definition of this site. Many other other organizations do as well. Businesses have their own culture and brand by definition.

This site establishes the order in general. It sets the standard because of its age and use. Each document that follows gives it more credibility. More orders are established. More expression occurs.

It is ironic that computer programming expressions are anything that produces a value. This is simlar to cultural expressions. Cultural expressions are anything that has a positive value. The value judgement varies based on a persons individual experience by definition because everything is fundamentally based on the Golden Rule.

Principles 00:01:27

This animated production is a localized version for the english language that reflects the official standard. NetworkEtiquette.net was a test site used for staging. This site is official.

The energy and enthusiasm for digital communication from David Chiles is exuded in the up beat nature and tone of the production. This is his passion.

The work is designed specifically for the United States.


Internet Etiquette

Guide

Internet Rules

Ten conventions are core. They are appropriate for most interaction. Thus they are fundamental to network communication. Other methods have them as an underlying concept. They represent the social constraints.

Other tips build on these core conventions. They are loosely based on computer networking layers. The system scaffolds up from the core.

Etiquette has boundaries. The law is beneath the system. It should be followed before customs are applied.


10 Core Rules

1. Review

Review, proofread and plan, communication. More »

2. All Caps

Refrain from using all capital letters in correspondence. More »

3. Truth

Tell the truth. More »

4. Be Yourself

Act as you do in reality. Be on your best behavior. More »

5. Flames

Refrain from posting or responding to inflammatory material, flames. More »

6. Spam

Refrain from sending unsolicited messages or responding to them. More »

7. Messages

Be conservative in messages you send and liberal in what you receive. More »

8. Reply

Send messages within an appropriate time frame. More »

9. Secure Sites

Use secure websites whenever possible. More »

10. Discretion

Use discretion, your best judgment. More »


Boundaries

The conventions seek to help us with freedom and equality for all. Solutions to human problems are sought. Social inclusion is taught.

These boundaries solve the most basic problem in humanity order. Violence is reduced as a result. It enables us to share information, learn. The establishment is forming. Groups are providing order withing these fundamentals.

The practical solution it provides is a single place to learn the customs of communication for the Information Age.



Principle 00:01:07

This production is set in cyberspace. Sharp cuts and animated text are used to introduce the fundamental concept of society.

The rule is displayed. A brief explanation is written under it.

The symbolism is that the rule was written by David Chiles family.


Introduction 00:01:08

This production is a fast paced animation with sharp cuts, transitions, and upbeat music. The benefits of this site are shared.

It provides a brief conceptual explanation of netiquettes.

The call to action is to develop your own style using this site. It provides a solution to the problem of appropriate interaction. Be nice.


Digital Customs 00:00:44

This animated production is set in the cyber space. The main character explains the definition of this site.

An explanation of appropriate activity is provided similar to one that may appear in a textbook. It is more in depth than the dictionary version. The presentation is an introduction to positive social interaction.

This is the most comprehensive defintion because it accounts for the evolving meaning. Netiquette documents similar to this site are often created by organizations. In general they are smaller in scale. Some reference this site.


Principles 00:01:27

This animated production is a localized version for the english language that reflects the official standard. NetworkEtiquette.net was a test site used for staging. This site is official.

The energy and enthusiasm for digital communication from David Chiles is exuded in the up beat nature and tone of the production. This is his passion.

The work is designed specifically for the United States.


Digcit Definition 00:02:02

This animation is set in cyberspace. It represents thoughts we may have about the way we act online. No supporting cast.

Our activity plays a large role in engagement statistics. Smartphones now serve as a hub for our core internet uses. Thus it is presented with a light bulb. They often double as lights.

Consciousness and character are the intended outcome from watching this video.


Browsing Conventions 00:01:21

This production is set in the school classroom. It represents the educational nature of the content.

Browse to surf. Surf to browse. We must use these common practices first after the theory has been applied. They are the first practical applications.

Wendy Wireless represents the majority of women in the world. She is the most beautiful woman in the world. This is a mathematical determination based on population demographics. Brown people and Asians are a majority.


Search Conventions 00:01:15

This production is set in cyberspace. Many images, scenes, and backgrounds are used for emphasis.

These common practices are necessary for practically everything internet related. All web servers must be searched when connections are made. The tips will help us find more relevant results when user input is required.

There are conceptual nuances that can give us an edge in finding the best content we can online. Semantics plays a large role in our results.


VoIP Conventions 00:01:12

This production is set in cyberspace. Many images, scenes, and backgrounds are used for emphasis. Two characters are trying to make a great connection.

Common practices for good wi-fi calling connections are shared.

These concepts may grow to order all telecommunications eventually because it uses less resources than traditional telephones.


Content Display Conventions 00:01:12

This production is set in cyberspace. Many images, scenes, and backgrounds are used for emphasis.

Common practices for making web pages. This includes each post we create. Posts may be viewed as pages.

Email and social media are content that must be designed.

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