Kathmandu, Feb. 21 -- Now that I have one year of practice of Zooming around, the wealth of experience I have amassed makes me a self-appointed expert on conducting webinars, video conferencing, e-meetings and bar crawling in augmented reality.

Which must be why some of your eager beavers out there want to know about do's and don't do's on Zoom. My general answer is that all behavioural traits we exhibit in physical meetings apply equally during virtual interactions.

So, for instance, if you are rude and grumpy in face-to-face meetings you are perfectly within your rights to be an e-jerk on Google Meet. The idea is to be your true self, and not deceive anyone by being someone you are not, just because you are meeting in cyberspace.