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Topic: Re[2]: Please don't misrepresent
Replies: 4   Last Post: Jun 21, 1995 12:11 AM

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Re: Re[2]: Please don't misrepresent
Posted: Jun 21, 1995 12:11 AM
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I agree. Let's get permission from the author before posting a private
message publicly. (But let's also agree not to tell Michael's folks, okay?)

Bruce Braley :)

On Sat, 3 Jun 1995, Cathy Brady wrote:

>
> Posting private e-mail may be healthy (though I can't imagine why),
> interesting (no doubt), ethical, etc. etc. but it goes against netiquette
> and is therefore rude. Another case - all caps. All caps is neither
> unhealthy, boring, or unethical, etc. etc. - it's generally considered
> rude. What is rude? When general mores of etiquette are ignored. Or
> here's an example that's off the 'net: Cleaning out your nose in public
> using a finger is also healthy, interesting, and maybe even ethical -- but
> people generally don't do it out of politeness.
>
> I bet I'll be sorry I got into this... I think I hate education
> newsgroups. I'd almost rather that I didn't know what other educators
> were thinking!
>
> Cathy Brady Math Specialist/Education
> cbrady@umd5.umd.edu Maryland Science Center
> Opinions are my own "Beyond Numbers" exhibit
> or something I overheard Baltimore's Inner Harbor
>






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