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Modern etiquette in the digital age: be polite and respect other people's time

Max Schorr

Do you need an extra email to say thank you? Often not, this piece covers the changing norms of etiquette in our digital age, and asks for a solution that is both polite and goes beyond time-wasting communications.

The ask for this DO is for you to make a commitment to respecting people's time and being polite in the digital age. Of course, it is a work in progress but it starts with awareness and intention.

Will you commit to working on being polite and avoiding extra time-wasting communications when possible?

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  • Yasha Wallin

    Amazing, I love that Alexander Graham Bell suggested people say “Ahoy!” when the telephone was invented.