It happens every day. Tourists whip out maps; yuppies overestimate their control of retractable dog leashes; teenage girls refuse to break their line of chatter as you tailgate behind with three bags of groceries and two months' worth of dry cleaning. Emily Post would roll over in her khaki grave. Now that the holiday shopping season has begun, expect poor street/ATM/subway etiquette to get even worse. But now this sort of rudeness happens in the privacy of your own inbox, care of people you actually know. The tourists will always follow the same predictable pattern of missteps, but technology is growing too fast for us tokeep up with it socially. Let's curb the onslaught of holiday Evites, forwards, and the like, and establish a little... More >>>