I was recently invited to be a guest blogger at The Social Media Philosophy Project. Here’s a brief snippet of my most recent post there:

Practicing good “Netiquette” is to be respectful of other people you are having conversations with. Being respectful doesn’t mean you have to agree with their point of view, but in essence you agree to disagree. In doing so you also show respect for lurkers, people that don’t actively participate but read the conversations. This way you won’t insult anyone’s intelligence. People will always have reasons to disagree, and most times you will not change someone’s mind. But if you are respectful, your point of view will have a better chance of being considered a worthy point of view for the mere fact that you kept your integrity while discussing it. You may not be the “mind changer”, but by being pleasant and respectful you have a better chance of planting a seed.

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