Making the most of your time online
Increasing your technological skills
Minding your manners in cyberspace
When you are on your cell phone
When you send emails
When you are posting online
When you are at the dinner table with your family
When you are asleep
While you are in a face-to-face conversation
While your teacher is addressing the class
While you are a passenger in a car
While you are in a hospital waiting room
While you are in a job interview
While you are at a funeral
During a movie at a theater
Refuse to speak to the other person again.
Call the person back and explain that their phone must have dropped the call because your cell service is always good.
Call the person back and explain that you aren't sure what happened.
Get very angry.
Your email is very important.
You are typing very quickly.
You are shouting.
You are an experienced email writer.
Movie on Tuesday?
Use correct grammar and spelling.
Include a subject in the subject line.
Use BCC (blind copy) when sending emails to groups of people.
Be concise and to-the-point (don't ramble).
Be sure to forward chain emails to groups of people.
Send large attachments.
Whether or not others in the picture would want that picture posted
How the picture makes you look to others
Whether or not the picture could get anyone into trouble
All of the above
As many times as it takes to get them to connect with you