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A lot has changed in the ninety-one years since the first publication of Emily Post’s seminal work, Etiquette in Society, in Business, in Politics, and at Home. Case in point: In 1922, Post stressed the necessity of a third party to chaperone all romantic excursions. In 2013, we’re more concerned with navigating the ins and outs of the brave new world of online dating.

Luckily, Post’s great-great-grandson Daniel Post Senning offers tips on handling the perilous quandaries brought about in a world dominated by ever-changing technological innovations in Emily Post’s Manners in a Digital World: Living Well Online.

In honor of the birthday of the grand dame of etiquette on October 27, we’re investigating how decorum has changed. One thing that’s certain: Good manners never go out of style.
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