We’re living in a society now, more than ever, that socializes online then we do in person.
Therefore, shall we not also have online etiquette with Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Blogs, etc.
I believe we should. Would you ignore, or abuse, someone if they spoke to you face to face? Then why do it online?
Let’s try and return our social etiquette, and stop hiding behind a computer screen or mobile phone to do or say something you wouldn’t usually do or say in person.
Salwa Samra / Poet’s Room – She’ir Chambre
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