Monday, October 2, 2017

The Scale Up Tech Startup Starts Today

The Scale Up Tech Startup Starts Today. Hope to be a Tech Star one day. Netiquette has come into its own as a word, domain, and now a written universal code.

The Scale Up Tech Startup Starts Today

The Scale Up Tech Startup Starts Today

The rules of the internet are being written in social media profile languages with the most affirmation. Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, VK, MyMFB, Wiebo, Viadeo, Xing, SkyRock, and Pinterest. An old LinkedIn account exists that is locked. Please disregard.

Netiquette rules are tried and true. They have been taught and tested on This  site is the first to scale up.

More advanced topics and tech news are addressed in the Netiquette.Blog. This blog is transitioning into that one. Beta testing in four languages was successful. The blog is scaling up as well.

Current offerings of Netiquette books are awesome and economical. Only the best are still on the market. Premium books with updated content, new material, and high quality images are being developed.


Check out the newly launched sites. They pale in comparison to the content tested. It will be a slow build to get back to that point.

In conclusion, my personal development has led me to a point where I want my code to be better. The book Atlas Shrugged has the only description of my new attitude.

Here is a little about the site that may or may not appear in a section. It's not a business in the sense of other sites, but has a plan. The site is a flagship for a personal brand that serves as a professional portfolio for David P. Chiles.


To order the online community with common sense rules as a basis for effective communication.


A world that follows netiquette rules. Children worldwide taught to use the site as a standard. Mature users who create their own rules on top of the principle layer. An understanding that we can change our rules for personal growth without changing our brand.

Description is the social code of the internet. There are core rules. Categorical rules are layered on top. Sub categories exist for each.

Thanks for your support.

David Chiles

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Facepalm Emoji iOS 10.2

A new facepalm emoji is available in the iOS 10.2 update released to the public in a beta version. This is an incremental release of new features that were previously available to developers who have paid access to beta releases. 

Facepalm Emoji iOS 10.2

Facepalm Emoji iOS 10.2

The facepalm emoji pictured above sends the message 'oops'. The apple version is higher quality and protected. However, you can still get the picture ; D It's all netiquette.


Wallpapers, widgets, and the camera have some tweeks as well. Anyone can sign up for Apple's Beta program. The new features have social value for convenience and quality. It will make your friends like you when the new emoji is included. 

The rapid releases can be irritating to consumers. It seems like we always need an update. The updates are always a lot better. We notice increased performance.

A new social duty is arising from software use that requires updating vigilantly for all professional applications. This presents a quagmire.

Is is acceptable to use beta apps professionally? Yes. Some people make a living from beta apps. 

Test the best and leave the rest.

David Chiles

Monday, September 12, 2016

Newsletter Graymail Netiquette Rules

Newsletter Graymail Netiquette Rules comes from my own experience with inbox zero.The Netiquette Newsletter is a work in progress that proves their is merit to most of the online tips for them. Great content is the brand. Cutting edge formatting, design, and layout are developing. 

Graymail Email Marketing's New Albatross
Graymail is a periodic electronic message from a domain related to a subject or topic of interest. Subscription is required. Responses to the sending address are not accepted, but unsubscription and contact information is provided.

There are a range of rules that apply. Easy to use advice applies to some situations. It follows.

Newsletter Graymail Netiquette Rules

Newsletter Graymail Netiquette Rules

  • Do sign up for those that provide discounts.
  • Don't sign up unless you look forward to getting them.
  • Do sign up for those relevant to interests.
  • Don't sign up for daily messages.
  • Do unsubscribe when its no longer interesting.

My brand promise to readers is to provide an excerpt of this blog with a link. Two small excerpts with links to related information regarding technology. 

Instead of taking a typical news approach. The current development is is thematic. Each week there is a theme. Edutainment, education and entertainment, for informatization.

As a final note, it felt great to meet someone who knew exactly what must be done to scale up at a recent meetup. Which is sort of a joke because every website scales up for informatization by definition. 

Localization presents great opportunities for growth. Join in now. Hyperlocal is happening.

David Chiles

Monday, August 29, 2016

Netiquette Rules To Handle Social Media Haters

The 2016 Rio Olympics were a trending topic in social media. United States of America athletes were stars in their sports and online. Some, like swimming legend Matt Phelps, were embraced by it with hashtags, #phelpsface. Others were derided by it, but embraced by their peers. Gold Medalist Simone Biles got to meet her Hollywood crush Zac Efron.
Netiquette Rules To Handle Social Media Haters
Simone Biles

Netiquette rules to handle social media hater's are techniques for fighting cyber bullying. Hating is is a form of it. Negative comments and criticism without any constructive encouraging words.

Hater Netiquette Rules

  • Don't respond to name calling.
  • Do delete disparaging words.
  • Don't let it get you down.
  • Do talk about it.
  • Don't stop going online.

In principle, these tips add value to our online images. They are positive. Negatives detract from it.

Hater Netiquette Rules
Responding to name calling brings us down to the level of negative communication. It detracts from our online image. Deleting disparaging words where possible keeps new visitors from seeing old news. A positive tone shall be kept to avoid a negative multiplier effect from insults or other inappropriate actions.

Report trolls and stay in your routine. There are specific actions and further techniques. Popular conventions for comments apply as well.

Comment Netiquette Rules

  • Delete mean comments.
  • Approve and address differences.
  • Approve and reply with a thread.
  • Delete and respond in email.
  • Approve and respond in email.
  • Blog about it.

Make good content. Positive over negative. Share likes. 

David Chiles

Monday, August 22, 2016

The Efficient Life of The Netiquette World Order

The efficient life of the netiquette world order is a joke analogous to the phrase the, "good life" and "new world order". We have more control over our productivity and waste than ever. 

The Efficient Life of The Netiquette World Order
From Efficiency

We can take leadership by using the internet for good things. To be more productive and less wasteful. It takes a conscious effort. The "i" in internet means that we are all leaders of our own teams. Friendship has new meaning. There are more ways to help. 

Efficiency Netiquette Rules

  • Update mobile apps once a week over Wi-Fi
  • Open and use free outlook and gmail accounts (download appropriate mobile app).
  • Make a calendar with reminders.
  • Become familiar with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Visio.

Programmers make computing possibile. They build code that make us more productive and less wasteful. A 'good life' is achievable by more people than ever before.

"Things", computers with IP Addresses, are still working themselves out. Right now programmers are in the most demand. Innovation is everywhere. 

Calendar applications manage our time. Many free email applications have powerful calendar apps built in. They are accessible on mobile devices. 

An entire category of software is dedicated to making us more efficient. Productivity programs create files that we work with. This includes email, word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and diagramming.  

These files are often used for personal and professional reasons to manage lives and businesses. Microsoft is the most popular provider. Their free and premium services are the industry standard. Google offers a free suite of similar products.


Sustainability has created an industry of eco-products, healthy living, and conservation aided and assisted by computer technology. We are buying products made with less resources created from computer research and technology. 

Programmers are building pyramids of code. The resulting software makes us more productive and less wasteful.

These rules will help us reach our collective goals because we are connected. Efficient is the new easy. Hard work is discipline. Punishment is being eliminated. "Things" are making it more productive for us to be safe. 

Learn to program? Buy things online$ Participate in e-commerce! Practice good netiquette; D Work with as many people as you can to make your goals happen and help with our collective goals. The world we always dreamed of may become a reality in the Information Age.

David Chiles

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Netiquette To Avoid A Connectivity Creep

Netiquette to avoid a connectivity creep refers to the time we spend online. You know when it creeps up on us to take longer than we first thought it would. 15 minutes turns into 2 hours. An hour turns into an all nighter.

Netiquette To Avoid A Connectivity Creep

Connectivity Creep Netiquette

  • Set alarms or timers.
  • Bookmark websites to revisit.
  • Short bursts of online activity. 30 minutes at a time.
  • Go online with a friend.
  • No music.

Stuff happens. We can easily get carried away with our online activities. It is all netiquette. We are designing electronics so that we can always be connected. That does not mean we always have to be engaged.

A connectivity creep is the total amount of time spent online longer than anticipated by incrementally increasing session time. Five more minutes until it turns into 3 hours total.

connectivity creep
From Time Spent Online Overtakes TV
This is not necessarily wasted time. It is unplanned. Being online may be better than reality. A really important reason could exist. 

Balance has to be achieved between the value of our online activity and personal connections. The internet is supposed to help us live our lives to the fullest. If it is not helping, it is not worth it.

Wasting time does have entertainment value. The connectivity creep does not discriminate between entertainment and employment. We often spend too much time working.

The cultural connection to our real and online communities is management. It benefits us to control ourselves. Be reasonable.

Make your best judgement about the time you spend. Compare the benefits and drawbacks. Don't let the connectivity creep bother you. Visit This is the discretion core rule redefined.

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Netiquette Problem And Solution

There has been a migration from one domain to another. is the new homepage for netiquette rules. A solution for barriers of engagement, common ground. Features that worked well were included in the migration. A short video about the new site follows.

Netiquette Problem And Solution


The problem that this new website solves better than ever is providing online communication rules we agree upon. Confidence in our messages comes from following proper guidelines. 

Misunderstanding is an issue. Engagement is more meaningful when messages are clearly understood. Using popular conventions is understandable. 


We can achieve meaningful interaction from effective communication using's set of best practices.

Browse the site to pick up a few tips that may be helpful. Bookmark it and use it as a reference. Check back often because it is getting better everyday.

There is a netiquette problem and solution. The personal goal for the site is to be the most trusted, most used, resource for online communication by providing tips, rules, and guidelines. More updated content is coming.

David Chiles

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

5 Netiquette Rules For Changing Domains

5 netiquette rules for changing domains are just the beginning. As it turns out, changing Universal Resource Locators (URL's) is the start of full fledge Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for many. Social Media and other accounts have URL's for which the rules may apply.

5 Netiquette Rules For Changing Domains

There is a lot to do. Google has four steps for submission of a change to the webmaster search console, which is one netiquette tip. 

5 Netiquette Rules For Changing Domains

  • Change page headers including metadata.
  • Change absolute references in links.
  • Implement redirects.
  • Submit change to Google Webmasters Search Console.
  • Share the new URL.

Changing online addresses may be done for various reasons. Following these steps will help old visitors find the new address. 

The new location often represents a maturation in web development. In my case it represents a beta site becoming an alpha site. There are only pages on the server connected to the menu hierarchy. No extras and experiments.

These guidelines will work for something simple or complex. For example, changing a Twitter handle. Sharing metadata includes it. No need to tell Google, but everything else applies. Following the conventions exactly is basic SEO required to change website locations. 

Do it when your ready. Be mature. Practice proper internet etiquette.

David Chiles

Monday, July 18, 2016

Optimization, Efficiency, Netiquette

Optimization, efficiency, and netiquette are the order of the Information Age. It's all Netiquette ; D, if you know what I mean. Semantics is everything because we optimize our lives for efficiency with netiquette by understanding what we mean.

The integrated challenge of information in transformation

Internet of Things

If we know what we are already thinking then we can use as few words as possible to describe it. The words we choose to describe 'things' is a matter of popular culture, netiquette. 'Things' are computers and computer processes. 

The Internet of Things (IoT) seeks to optimize our lives. Optimization is achieved for efficiency. Netiquette enables the process.

SolarCity Unveils ‘World’s Most Efficient’ Panel

Solar panels are my favorite example of Informatization. Informatization is the implementation of the Internet of Things. We are implementing solar panels on our 'things'. Computers are digital, electrical, and solar panels provide electricity.


The next phase of human development is solar panels for electricity because computers use electricity and solar panels provide it. We are computerizing the world. Solar panels make it efficient.

Solar panels were not always efficient. We always knew the concept was efficiency even if they were not. Getting power from the sun instead of generating it is more efficient. 

The reason this is an example of the Information Age is because solar panels on the roofs  of residential homes is in striking contrast to the traditional one's. It looks different. Architecture is changing to accommodate our changing lifestyle.

We are becoming more efficient with electricity use. Solar panels are more efficient because technology has made it possible to capture more electricity from sun light. It has become Smart to use solar panels.


Just because it is Smart does  not mean it is appropriate. Early adopters are trend setters. The government is offering incentive for middle class homeowners. It is not quite 'normal' yet. 

It is normal for 'geeks' and 'penny pinchers'. The relative normalcy depends on our social connections. It is all network etiquette. Popular culture in large sub-groups of our population and the government support solar. It is a movement. Whoa!

A surreal moment in time happened when I saw solar panels in East Los, East Los Angeles. In that moment I realized what informatization was. A new normal where were all Geeks. 

Visit my alpha site, buy my books, and practice. We are transforming society. Go green and be cool.

David Chiles

Monday, July 11, 2016

12 Live Streaming Netiquette Rules

The impact of live streaming cannot be underestimated. It is good netiquette. This medium of communication has fundamentally changed society by exposing activity. The President of the United States admitted police officers are terrorists according to statistical evidence as a result of live streaming.

Police officers use it to solve crimes. The public uses it to police the police. These activities are at the outer boundaries because we are all supposed to follow the law.
12 Live Streaming Netiquette Rules

12 Live Streaming Netiquette Rules

1. Use A Good Connection

When using a mobile device to shoot video, go where the signal is strongest. Turning on Wi-Fi may allow us to use a free or open network. We may have to balance the strength of the signal with the angle of the shot when shooting live events because stronger signals make better feeds just as better shots do. From a desktop computer or laptop an ethernet connection is preferable.

2. Use Landscape Mode

Landscape mode shows a bigger picture than portrait. Our viewers want to see as much as they can. So, landscape is more engaging than portrait mode. 

3. Close Unnecessary Applications

Open applications may slow down a stream. They use memory and computer processing power. Closing them allows the video camera to function more smoothly.

4. Practice And Test

Practice taking shots. Knowing how to use our camera and practicing makes the video better. Testing features allows us to use them more easily.

5. Comment And Respond

Posting comments is a technique to get noticed by other viewers. Responding to comments is a method of engaging viewers so they come back. Interaction benefits the online image of all who participate, given everything is appropriate.

6. Post Announcements

Broadcasts must be announced to find an audience. Getting a large number of views does not happen by accident. It happens by great content being announced to social media friends on many platforms. Friends share. The audience grows. The content can take on a life of its own. Socially conscious content gets a lot of views.

7. Write A Relevant Description

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) plays a role in all online activity. Using long descriptions with relevant keywords and other content makes it easier to find. The easier it is to find, the more viewers will watch.

8. Make Long Broadcasts

Long is not usually a good thing in social media. It works for broadcasts. YouTuber Lilly Singh recently did a long live broadcast. If it were not long it would not have been found by me. I saw that she was streaming as a suggestion from YouTube after she had been at it for about an hour.

9. Say Goodbye

Use a closing at the end. This avoids an awkward closing. It can be used to encourage viewers to watch future broadcasts. A nice point of etiquette to show viewers your thinking of them.

10. Watch Other Broadcasts

To be good at anything we must learn from something. Watching others is a great way to learn how to make your content more engaging. See what you like. Emulate good techniques. 

11. Get A Good Picture

Lighting is key to a good picture. More light is always better than less light. Make sure that your subject is well lit. Shoot video of yourself and events in the best light possible. In general it is better to get closer to the subject than it is to zoom.

12. Expose Good And Bad

Sharing heartwarming video gets a lot of views. Exposing bad people gets a lot of views. A video of a child hugging a dog when no one was watching and running away after is all over the internet. I shared the video after viewing it myself. 

Showing heinous acts online motivates social change. There have been many protests against terrorism in the United States as a result of live streamed video. I shared a video of terrorism by the police myself. Expose the truth. Share.


These tips work for many live streaming services. Facebook Live is the target audience because it is the biggest social network. Periscope, YouTube Live, Hangouts, and Twitch users may benefit from these guidelines as well.

Expose the good and the bad is the moral of this story. Show our good sides. Expose the bad. It motivates social change for the better by bringing our collective consciouses together.

David Chiles

Works Cited

5 Tips for a Successful Live Stream

11 Quick Tips On How To Improve Live Streaming

Facebook Live Best Practices