Thursday, May 28, 2009

E-Manners

Sad as it might be, many people don't find etiquette and manners regarding laptops, cell phones, and other mobile technology (pagers? remember those?) self-evident. Some of you know who you are, but others might be oblivious. Therefore it is up to you, their annoyed friend, to pass along this article from the New York Times on to them- just don't email it while you're driving.

4 comments:

joseph said...

Napkin in lap, elbows off table, chew with mouth closed... etc, etc. Some of the most common rules in etiquette; who would have thought that "no texting" would have to be added to the list! My how the times have changed...

Great article; couldn't agree more with it... Death to all cell phones! (ok maybe just no texting at the table)

jpgahagan said...

Napkin in lap, elbows off table, chew with mouth closed... etc, etc. Some of the most common rules in etiquette; who would have thought that "no texting" would have to be added to the list! My how the times have changed...

Great article; couldn't agree more with it... Death to all cell phones! (ok maybe just no texting at the table)

jpgahagan said...

what the...

Christopher said...

It loved your comment so much it published it twice!

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