As more and more of our encounters—especially first encounters—migrate to online formats, making a good digital first impression is essential. But like other “soft skills” online etiquette is rarely taught. There’s an unspoken expectation that we all know the rules, but often we don’t. To help alleviate awkward digital encounters, Victor Turk offers this advice in The New York Times.
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