We’ve had a bit to say recently on the subject of email auto-signatures and bad email etiquette, but some emails don’t need to be opened for you to know that they’re wasting your time.
It’s a fine line between being a positive community member on Twitter, Facebook or elsewhere in social media land and being an unbearable self-promoter. A Wired columnist offers funny and telling advice on how to walk the line.
When sending email attachments, etiquette and convention often dictate that you compress the attachment when sending large files or a lot of files. But when you’re only sending a few small files, do the recipient a favour: Skip the ZIP.