NYT Invites Your Opinions about Etiquette for Using Mobile: What do Singaporeans Think? Reply


So what really are reasonable standards of etiquette for using your mobile?  Is it OK to pretend that people in a queue don’t exists nd barge to the front while busy talking on your phone?  Should people on public transport be required to listen to your every conversation? Do you check sms or scan your iPhone during a meeting?  Is it OK to text at dinner (or on a dinner date)?

Gadgetwise at the NYT asks these questions and invites you to weigh in.  Share your there, or here. 

What are appropriate guidelines for personal and professional behavior when using mobile devices?

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