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Contributed by ghsifysueu
04/17/2014

It's like a headline in the newspaper: Your subject line should label the topic.

Contributed by Edmund Gröpl
03/12/2014

It’s ok to write short emails. You will be happy to receive short answers as well.

Contributed by Edmund Gröpl
03/12/2014

Be Legible. While we can get very creative with design tools, if we don't maintain legibility, we loose the point of the communication. Remind yourself that the population is aging so not everyone sees as you see. This web site would be an example of breaking that rule. ;-)

Contributed by David
09/05/2011

The best test for accepting or rejecting a friend request: Would you stop to say "hi" if you ran into him/her at the grocery store?

Contributed by Beau Chevassus
08/16/2011

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