Column: Twitter era requires new etiquette norms


Checking your cell phone during a lecture was once considered rude, but today’s emphasis on Twitter and constant connectivity has made that dictum obsolete, independent journalist Bill Thompson writes. “Today our social rules seem to have been overloaded by our always on, always connected culture,” he notes. “We are clearly going to see a lot more inappropriate use of social media before new rules emerge.”  BBC

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