With virtual classrooms and e-meetings becoming more popular in the corporate sector, netiquette (or “network etiquette”) is becoming increasingly important in our working day.

Similarly, as the myriad of acronyms and abbreviations used in text-based chat become de rigueur for the tech-savvy, the rest of us are left scratching our heads.

To shed some light on the situation for both myself and my colleagues, I have found the following sites on the web:


Top 10 Internet Etiquette Rules to Survive Online

Internet Etiquette Tips for a Safe and Fun Online Experience

Chat, Usenet, and Text Message Acronyms and Abbreviations

The List of Chat Acronyms & Text Message Shorthand

What are your favourite netiquette and chat acronym websites?

tia :)

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