How do you reply to your colleague's weird email? What might Debrett’s say about your Tinder profile? And just how do you know if you're mansplaining?
In this irreverent journey through the murky world of digital etiquette, WIRED's Victoria Turk provides an indispensable guide to minding our manners in a brave new online world.
The digital revolution has put us all within a few clicks, taps and swipes of each other. But familiarity can breed contempt, and whilst we’re more likely than ever to fall in love online, we’re also more likely to fall headfirst into a blazing row with a stranger. Google’s unofficial motto is Don’t Be Evil, but sometimes that’s easier said than done. If you've ever encountered the surreal battlefields of digital life and wondered why we don't all just go analogue, this is the book for you.
Written clearly and concisely, this guide to everything digital is invaluable.
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Online dating is a minefield, and if you’ve using dating apps, you’ll know that writing a profile for yourself can be a daunting task. In this extract from Digital Etiquette, tech-journalist Victoria Turk schools us on the art of romance in the modern world and tells us what to absolutely (not) put on your dating profile.