Disruptions: Digital era redefining etiquette
- March 10, 2013
- Tom Boellstorff, anthropology professor, is featured in the New York Times March 10, 2013
From the NYT:
Tom Boellstorff, a professor of digital anthropology at the University of California, Irvine, said part of the problem is that offline and online communications borrow from each other. For example, the e-mail term CC stands for carbon copy, as in the carbon paper used to copy a letter. But some gestures, like opening an e-mail with “hello” or signing off with “sincerely,” are disappearing from the medium.
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