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In addition to authoring books, the company hosts emilypost. The company recently launched e-learning programs that feature business etiquette information. Currently, two generations and five direct descendants of Emily Post and their immediate families are involved with the Emily Post Institute.
One letter writer asks about following her psychiatrist on Twitter. Yoffe asks a reasonable question: Why should you? While social media has made it possible for us to connect with an astonishing array of people, it thoroughly jumbles our categories of who gets what kind of information about our lives.
On the surface, they were about manners — about how to act — but the deeper questions that bubbled up were about how to reinstate boundaries that were mistakenly erased. In an increasingly connected world, it is up to each individual to set boundaries.
Between work and personal lives. Between close family and friends and more casual acquaintances. Between total strangers and ourselves To do this well requires us to think about the relationships in our lives and make deliberate choices about how we want to conduct and maintain them. We focus on solutions like policing fake news, distinguishing clearly between fact and opinion, not oversharing, paying attention to our tone.
They both suggest that this type of instruction, by itself, can hide the more pressing point that to apply good manners we need to be clear with ourselves about what kinds of relationships we are cultivating online, and why, and what kinds of platforms may be best suited for some kinds of relationships rather than others. If your Twitter account is public, do you really want to share information about your personal life with strangers?