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Messages Moderate and Liberal

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Send and Receive

Conservation is appropriate when resources have a limit. The time it takes to compose a good message places a boundary on the ammount we can reasonably send. It takes less time to read a message than it does to send. The guidelines for sending messages themselves require more time to implement than it takes to read them.

It is proper netiquette to be conservative in message composition and liberal in reception.

Given that time is our most precious resource, messages must be sent with moderation. Careful consideration has to be given to each and every message as the first rule of online interaction. Receiving messages requires far less resources.

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Restraining online messaging to reasonable limits is conservation. Sending messages online for a good reason is conservative. Liberally sending messages is to send them for any reason.

Liberally receiving messages means that you get a lot of information. People send a lot of messages to you if you receive messages liberally.

Good messages help us. They often include information that goes beyond the virtual boundaries of the Internet. Coupons, invitations, and schedules come from contacts. Reading these messages liberally is essential because of the benefits they provide.

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Published on February 18, 2014 1:25 Minutes

We shall know how to send emails and receive newsletters. Topics are discussed by Joe and a few regulars of the bar.

The time limits we impose on ourselves to write, respond, and read messages depends on many factors. Reason is the deciding factor. Thinking about how and when to respond gives us more time. We can manage our messaging better if we apply reasonable limits before hand.

It is reasonable to send messages if your relationship status with the recipient permits it. Prior contact is usually required. Development comes from continued contact. The type of messages we can send are determined by the social status of the groups we fit into.

Receiving relevant informational messages can help you make better decisions in your life. It empowers you because knowledge is power. The more you have the more powerful you are.


Netiquette

Be conservative in messages you send and liberal in those you receive because sending messages is more personal than receiving relevant information.

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