That's Not Cool
Being with someone isn't easy. When there's a problem, how do you handle it? See how your choices play out.
Includes videos, callout cards, talk it out, and need help features. Good use with MYP environments and teacher homerooms/health
short videos on teen topicsTwitter Etiquette: Five Dos and Don'ts - CIO.com - Business Technology Leadership
Twitter beginners need to understand the rules of etiquette for the service. So before you stick a foot measuring 140-characters-or-less in your mouth, check out our advice on how to follow and un-follow, share politely, direct message appropriately, and more.7 deadly sins of networking, and how to avoid them - Manage Your Life on Shine
FOUR MORE YEARS.
When you reach 25, it's finally time to fully grow up and be an adult.
If you have reached the age of 25, I have a bit of bad news for you, to wit: it is time, if you have not already done so, for you to emerge from your cocoon of post-adolescent dithering and self-absorption and join the rest of us in the world. Past the quarter-century mark, you see, certain actions, attitudes, and behaviors will simply no longer do, and while it might seem unpleasant to feign a maturity and solicitousness towards others that you may not genuinely feel, it is not only appreciated by others but necessary for your continued survival. Continuing to insist past that point that good manners, thoughtfulness, and grooming oppress you in some way is inappropriate and irritating.
a classic. via KottkeHow to improve your email etiquette - Manage Your Life on Shine
always looking for ways to improve my email etiquette.
Recently, I started using an old family friend as a travel agent. Before then, we’d never had occasion to email one another. From the start, I was shocked to find that she regularly wrote her emails exclusively in all uppercase letters. I politely mentioned that using all caps in an email is the equivalent of screaming in voice conversations and she said she appreciated the tip. Still, I couldn’t help wondering how a professional could get by today without mastering one of the most basic tenets of email manners.
Nothing that I didn't know, but some people I know should read this - just few people ;)George Washington's Rules of Civility and Decent Behavior @ Foundations Magazine
Presented entirely unironically, but these are hilarious (random caps make everything funnier, obviously). I especially like #2: When in Company, put not your Hands to any Part of the Body, not usually Discovered.How to Behave: New Rules for Highly Evolved Humans
Funny compendium by WiredEssential Etiquette Advice and Information for Worldwide Travel at Travel Etiquette (UK)
Behaviour and customs vary greatly from country to country. We discuss the correct travel etiquette so that you won't be caught out.A Brief and Informal Twitter Etiquette Guide
The idea to write a brief and informal twitter etiquette guide came from my new friend Zaven, who asked whether, in some cases, people might just be behaving in a social structure that makes sense to their culture, but not mine. He might be right. With that as a motivator, here are some guidelines for Twitter to consider.
Manual de buenas maneras en TwitterThe 12 most annoying types of Facebookers - CNN.com
I can think of someone for each of these..
Hurricane Bill leads to tropical storm warning for BermudaHow to Ask a (Near) Stranger for a Favor - David Silverman - HarvardBusiness.org
Monday August 31, 2009 | HarvardBusiness.org | David Silverman Tags:Business writing, Communication, Networking
Great and simple article on how to revive a lost relationship for a favor.Greetings!
Some of the most well known people I know never assume people they talk to know who they are. Sequoia Capital partner Roelof Botha, for example, introduces himself to me every time I see him, and asks if now is a good time to talk. I’ve known him since 2006, and it’s far from necessary. But I always appreciate how polite he is. Want to be like Roelof someday? A good start is basic business etiquette. Just because someone can’t register your face, name and workplace in less than the second it takes for you to say hello to them doesn’t mean they don’t want to help you out. Just help to avoid that awkward moment by giving them all the information they need. And then watch body language for your cue to wrap things up.
An article on business etiquette for conferences, etc.
Good advice from @arrington to startup CEOs everywhere http://bit.ly/VrM3e [from http://twitter.com/pkedrosky/statuses/4133209865]
It’s time for a quick primer on the proper way to interact at conferences and other business events. Since I just came back from one of those types of events, this is on top of mind for me. By Arrington
Best way to introduce yourself to a powerful person at an event or conference
Good practice on how to approach people politely during conferences, etc.Anderson Cooper 360: Blog Archive - 28 things I wish I'd known before I started traveling « - Blogs from CNN.com
9. The universal rule of taxi haggling, for both driver and passenger, is that once both sides agree on a fare before setting off, neither side can reopen negotiations once you’re en route. You should not try to get a better deal nor should you accept any increase in the fare from the driver after the journey has startedOne Hundred Things Restaurant Staffers Should Never Do (Part 1) - You’re the Boss Blog - NYTimes.com
EtiquettesOne Hundred Things Restaurant Staffers Should Never Do (Part 1) - You’re the Boss Blog - NYTimes.com
Surely it's a struggle to teach thoughtfulness, but I love this.
Interesting! My favorite: "If a table is not ready within a reasonable length of time, offer a free drink and/or amuse-bouche. The guests may be tired and hungry and thirsty, and they did everything right"
reek from perfume or cigarettes. People want to smell the food and beverage. 37. Do not dTwitter Cluelessness : The World :: American Express OPEN Forum
As a small business person, you can’t afford to look clueless anywhere on the Internet, but this is especially true on Twitter. Read on if you want to avoid this fate.
by Guy Kawasaki
A funny thing often happens to me: People tell me that they’re really into technology and ask what it was like to work for Steve Jobs. But theyMen's skincare and shaving
#30 may be true, but I can't see it myself.The New Adventures of Mr Stephen Fry
great post on why business should stay the hell off twitter
Fry's top twitter tips
A month or so old now, I just came to re-read this rather nice piece on the subject and usage of Twitter by @stephenfry.
Most of all. Welcome to my twitterworld, I am delighted to have you as a follower. Let’s enjoy ourselves and to hell with those who don’t get it.
Mr Fry's ruminations on twitter. Or rather suggested guidelines for how to use it.
"I love how Twitter confirms my all too often assaulted belief that most humans are kind, curious, knowledgeable, tolerant and funny. The absurd constraints of the 140 character tweet seem oddly to bring out the best in wit, insight and observation." Stephen Fry (he has now 80.000+ followers !!!!!!11!!11one!!!!eleven)
Stephen Fry's Blog.How to Write a Thank You Note | The Art of Manliness
explication of social dynamics/etiquette, good links
establish a following policy
Unless you are a Twitter user who immediately follows everyone who follows you, we have all experienced losing Followers because, for whatever reason, we did not follow them in return. To be sure, deciding when to follow or not follow is not only a personal decision, but one which is driving a growing debate in the Blogosphere. How this debate plays out may have a profound impact on how people use Twitter and how the service will grow in the future.Top 15 things you should never do on Facebook | News | TechRadar UK
twitter personal accounts professional
Things that we need in life in order to survive: food, water, air, and Twitter followers. Here are some tips to help retain your Twitter followers.
Quite an honest list. All amateur tweeters should refer.
RT @problogger: 10 Ways to Keep Your Precious Followers on Twitter - http://bit.ly/ZVkpi [from http://twitter.com/10minuteexpert/statuses/1849724732]