It is proper Netiquette to do one task at a time. Don't multitask.
Multi-taksing should actually be called organization or work flow management. Most people have trouble patting their heads and rubbing their stomachs. Try it. These are two activities, tasks, that can be done simultaneously with a little practice. Smartphones allow you to organize tasks and work on them simultaneously they do not allow you to do them at the same time.
When you pat your head and rub your stomach you may start off by patting your stomach and head or vice versa. This is a malfunction. A smartphone is the same way. Performing multiple tasks on a smartphone may cause malfunction because of processor over load.
One task at a time because multitasking may cause malfunctions.
Mistress and student discuss the principle of society. Mistress teaches the do unto others quote.
A meeting to discuss etiquette. Essential online safety tips and guidelines are shared.
From the newsroom, User Generated Content communication skills.
A news broadcast of conventions for easily movable devices and wireless connections.
Techniques for engagement during the acquisition of knowledge.
Digital Citizens discuss freedom from harm and risk online.
A lesson in business etiquette for electronics at the office.
Email etiquette incuding the inverted pyramid style of writing.
From the news station, digital motion picure tips for capturing and viewing.