One of the most disheartening things I see in regard to the use of technology is that many times people have forgotten the human touch. There are living, breathing human beings at these keyboards. Some more able to communicate clearly than others.
Just as in the off-line world, online there is also an expectation of socially acceptable behavior and common courtesy. Do not for a moment think that because you are behind a monitor that gives you the excuse to not reflect common courtesy to those you interact with. Netiquette applies to each and every one of us who are online and using technology.
Learn to communicate your thoughts and ideas clearly and succinctly. To not do so does us all an injustice. If your writing skills are anemic, stop by Amazon.com and purchase a book to guide you.
Make an effort to use and hone the skills of the written word we all should have learned in school. Treat others as you would have them treat you. If you find you are wrong, don’t spout claims of self-importance that reflect your dented ego and lack of understanding in regard to the issues in discussion or to communicating online. Make the choice to reverse that pattern and learn, learn, learn.