How to be a courteous smartphone user

01/13/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

Smartphones are becoming ever more prevalent, so you should strive to be courteous as you use your device, writes Kevin Daum. Avoid shouting when you talk on the phone, and try to avoid including typos in your communications, he recommends. "Give equal consideration and care to smartphone communication as normal computer correspondence," because "all you are saying with typos is that you're careless."

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