Det kan være svært at finde ud af hvordan man opfører sig i forskellige former for forum og sociale medier.
Dagmar Winther (Facebooks egen Emma Gad), udgiver jævnligt retningslinier for ordentlig net-adfærd på sin Facebook-profil.
Jeg har samlet dem her i denne post, der er ingen grund til at skrive noget selv – Dagmar rammer det så flot.
Facebook commandment #1:
Thou shalt not liketh thy own status update.
Facebook commandment #2:
Thou shall not use Facebook to converse with thine own significant other.
Facebook commandment #3:
Thou shalt not be that geek that starts a petition every time Facebook changes the layout.
Facebook commandment #4:
Thou shalt not “Friend” people you don’t actually know.
Facebook commandment #5:
Thou shall not list every movie, band, book or TV show you have ever heard of on Thy profile.
Facebook commandment #6:
Thou shalt not give “gifts” in form of virtual oranges, puppies, panda’s, birthday cakes and similar.
Facebook commandment #7:
Thou shall add thy parents under thine own risk.
Facebook commandment #8:
Thou shalt not use facebook as a diet and exercise journal. It’s not as interesting as you apparently think.
Facebook commandment #9:
Thou shalt not poke. He who poketh is annoying. In real life as well as on facebook.
Facebook commandment #10:
Thou shalt not add someone thou knowst thou might un-add in a month. It may be common practise, but take note; People do occasionally notice and it’s simply lack of manners. Dost thou not like someone, addeth them not in the first place. Obvious exceptions are boyfriends who become exes and girlfriends who become bitches