Say “please” and “thank you.” Be on time. Hold the door for others. The basic rules of etiquette are familiar and, for the most part, well employed. These straightforward guidelines are both defined and engrained in our culture, but today we’re facing a new etiquette challenge. With the introduction of mobile devices and continued technological advances, it seems nobody is quite clear on socially appropriate digital behavior.
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