Real rules 4 virtual dialogue
initially network etiquette concerned exclusively electronic mail, as first form of electronic dialogue. Despite abundant of hand-written and unwritten rules, it is necessary to remember the main thing – the live person sits at other computer. Therefore during conversation it is important not to 4get about elementary norms of politeness which are accepted in usual life.
Some simple rules will help to avoid misunderstanding. For example, the EMSG should have external " attributes " the usual letter. That is, in it the reference should be obligatory, and it is desirable personal, and to come to an end an EMSG 2 should polite farewell.
the EMSG should not be neither too long, nor too short. It is desirable, that the letter not " crept away " From the screen, that is, it should find room completely on the standard monitor.
One more private rule: ANY1 electronic message should be devoted only to one subject. If is, on what still to inform, to write ABT it in other mail better.
the XXI-st century Telegram
Unlike electronic mail, 2 SMS - to MSG seldom make strict stylistic demands. SMS – it some kind of the XXI-st century telegramme. Here the main and actually unique sense – to inform, and the basic criterion – clearness. Therefore it is necessary to avoid potentially not clear reductions or the errors transforming a MSG in sacramental " to execute it is impossible to have mercy ".
Despite all ease of use SMS - services, it is necessary to remember about elementary rules of politeness. For example, it is not necessary to break SMS - conversation W/ O a reason explanation. It as is rough how unexpectedly to put a receiver in the heat of conversation. And as SMS – it, first of all, means of informal dialogue, short MSG should not be used 4 official invitations or informing on important events.
Ignorance of rules does not release from bana
SPK about dialogue directly on the Internet - sites, that is at forums, chats or in the field " comments " it is possible to allocate three main categories into which all positions of network etiquette are divided.
the First category – psychological – concerns rules of the reference to the interlocutor (on You or on you), uses of smilies both their quantity, and other attributes of modern dialogue in the Internet - space.
By technical criteria mean rules which uses of lines of certain length concern, uses of translit, restrictions on the size of a MSG and etc.
2 administrative rules imenovanija that, quotings, possibilities of use of advertising, a flame admissibility concern.
First of all, it is necessary to be guided by common sense and to respect interlocutors by whom they would not be presented. Nevertheless, chats and the Internet - forums become dialogue places where rules of network etiquette in spite of the fact that ANY1 participant of a forum should familiarise with these rules before on it to be registered most often are broken.
the Flame – it is so-called " wordy warfare " in which outgrows usual dialogue on the Internet. As a rule, beginning such enmity, the parties 4get about an initial subject, become personal and cannot stop. Usually flames the moderator can finish only the Internet - community or a chat. Such Internet - dispute does not bring any real result. Whatever were the arguments of participants of dispute, the true will not be born during a flame.
Flood (from English flood – flooding) – these are MSG which do not contain any helpful information. But most of all other participants of a forum are irritated with that such messages have great volume. As a rule, punishment for similar infringement discharge from participation in discussion (ban) can minister.
usually under the term " spam " (from English spam) understand advertising mailing on a considerable quantity of ADDY. Such MSG meet not only in personal mail boxes, but also on pages of forums. 2 spam costs concerns W suspicion as these MSG do not bear any value, and to the contrary can EVN do much harm to the computer.
Oftopik (from English off - topiń) – The MSG which are not corresponding to a subject (topic) of current discussion.