Keep your pasties to yourself!


Cutting and pasting things are the professional activities of strippers who use pasties to entrance and enthrall their male admirers. It really has no place of value on a blog site where at times cutting and pasting another’s work or taking credit for another’s work as your own is downright criminal. Sue’s article gets at the heart of the matter. — gc

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“Netiquette represents the importance of proper manners and behaviour online. In general, netiquette is the set of professional and social etiquettes practiced and advocated in electroniccommunicationover any computer network.Although the specific rules governingnetiquettemay be different depending on the forum being used, it is equally applicable to blogging.”

The midweek Word Prompt over on Weekly Prompts, the site I share with my partner GC is the twosome – Fair Dinkum!

Never Plagiarise

GC talks about the similarities between plagiarism and using part of someone else’s article to create your own article. Hardly fair dinkum, and it’s an occurrence that has affected him on more than one occasion.

A few weeks ago I noticed that one of GC’s The Main Aislefollowers hadleft a comment that read Re-blogged this on… (her site name).

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  1. Well, I’ve never heard them called pasties before, I’ve obviously led a sheltered life! 😂

    Thank you again for the re-blog. We sat on this problem for a while so I’m glad you chose to give it a public airing. 🙂


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