Netiquette rules blog we grew up learning. Teachers used the rules with explicit permission in the terms of service. Others found them searching the internet.
On top of that, tried and tested on almost every social media platform at one time or another. It’s human nature. The mind strives for order. As a result, an element of goodness is inherent.
We are good people. Thus, a way in which we can be good online. Already agreed upon by use. Building it back up from the largest internet etiquette rule set. Rewritten with the inverted pyramid. Also, restarting a book series.
NetworkEtiquette.net is a netiquette blog. Been around for a long time. And so, many changes.
At this point, the focus is on great content more than anything else. Technical aspects are important. Readability is a consideration. Scaling in languages that have contributed the most traffic in the past.
A standard reference of norms for us to use in our own online communication. Categorization of content so we can communicate in a meaningful way. Millennials, workers, and remote learners.