The Netiquette Cloud is my all encompassing logo for the netiquette brand that I have built. The Netiquette brand is inclusive of everyone who wants to be a positive person. It is based on the Golden Rule and a belief in one God. That is what civilized humankind. It is civilizing the cybersphere. The Principles of Netiquette are the agreed upon methods of internet communication and their conventions.
Netiquette: /net-e-ket/ Noun: 1. The social code of network communication. 2. The social and moral code of the internet based on the human condition and Golden Rule. 3. A philosophy of effective internet communication that utilizes common conventions and norms as a standard for the rules of netiquette numbered tips and guidelines.
What is netiquette? Netiquette is internet manners, online etiquette, and digital etiquette all rolled into one word. David Chiles and Nancy Netiquette share the definition of netiquette in this video. Nancy explains the netiquette definition from the dictionary and text books. They share this explanation of netiquette from the Netiquette Lounge.
This is the current Netiquette Logo. It is also known as the Netiquette Sign. Created by David Chiles.
This is the Global Netiquette Logo that made Netiquette what it is today. It was replaced with the Netiquette Sign to avoid confusion with others who used similar logos.
This is the Mobile Netiquette Logo. It is used in the Netiquette App and on iMobile TV. A YouTube Channel.
Netiquette (NetworkEtiquette.net) contains rules for netiquette based on The Principles of Netiquette book. The book was written by David Chiles as was this site.
The Rules of Netiquette are a numbered system of tips and guidelines for good internet etiquette. They are based on eight categories of websites, netiquettes. The book outlines the agreed upon prinicples of netiquette. This site contains tips for online interaction.
Netiquette TV is a component of every page. It consists mainly of animations about netiquette rules. In addition, there are video presentations with voice overs done by David Chiles.
Most of the video content can be found on the NetworkEtiquette YouTube page as well. However, there are several YouTube channels with Netiquette content done for various sites in the Netiquette cloud. Some video content is taken from those channels.
There are tutorials and quizes throughout the site because Netiquette is a system that can be taught. Each of the netiquettes has an accompanying quiz with a links at the bottom of the rule list. The education section contains tutuorials.
The rules of Netiquette in this site are based on the religious standard of the Golden Rule. This is clearly explained in The Principles of Netiquette book.