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The Rules of Video Conferencing
Video conferencing is rife with potential manners pitfalls - distraction, snacking, bad hair. Don't make these mistakes! Follow Modern Manners Guy's tips on the rules of polite video conferencing.
Nowadays people are using the internet to communicate in all sorts of rapid ways. From email, to tweets, to Facebook, to video calls, if you want to get a hold of someone a thousand miles away, you can do so in a split second. Many businesses have turned to video conferencing platforms like Skype or Google+ to bring clients, coworkers, and customers who are not in close proximity into the same virtual room.
However, the casual ease that comes with being able to be face-to-face with people around the world, from the comfort of your home, has allowed some of us to let down our professional guard. It seems that some forget that a video call means you're being watched (and judged) in real time. And you can't hide.
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