Outside the School of Netiquette. At the end of the day. Ling Netiquette and David Chiles discuss the Golden Rule. Finally, they resolve to agree to one belief.
Really, an agreement to help each other. Then, come together for the common good. On the other hand, good is not defined. So, a central belief system is what we are discussing.
In any event, writing comes from this belief. Also, one God is how we were civilized. Next, other beliefs are associated with this one rule. So, a form central government.
Golden Rule of Reciprocity For Network Etiquette
The rule of reciprocity is part of the class. Also, an important teaching in most religious orders. So, it is applied to the internet for network etiquette. Then, leave a review if we like a free service online. Given, it’s reciprocal.
Then, brings us together. Do something for us. It follows, we do something for them. Part of the philosophy in the Netiquette name for Ling. Everyone can use it. There is nothing exclusive about the rule.
Other rules on top of it make certain religions different. Also, who creates them and why. But, we basically believe in being nice to one another.