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Roots of rudeness

Advice columnist Amy Alkon explores societal misbehavior in a high-tech world in her book “I See Rude People.’’ Advice columnist Amy Alkon explores societal misbehavior in a high-tech world in her book “I See Rude People.’’ (Gregg Sutter)
By Hayley Kaufman
Globe Staff / January 28, 2010

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Anyone with a laptop or a cellphone has been guilty of it at one time or another. You’re warmly greeted by a friend, a co-worker, or a family member stopping by . . . and you don’t even look up from the screen. You mumble a “hi.’’ Or maybe you nod. Maybe. That text message (“OMG! I can’t believe you ... (Full article: 566 words)

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