These days it's assumed that you know a lot of basic technology information--how to use a mouse, how to search on Google, and how to turn off your computer--pretty simple actions you need to use a computer effectively.
But it is also assumed that you know a lot of information that is more nuanced. Unfortunately, this information isn't written down in one place, and you have to gather it over time and learn from your mistakes.
Today, I came across a couple of articles that detail some of this information. The first, from the Reader's Digest, reviews 13 Things Your Computer Person Won't Tell You. The second, from the ABA Journal, pointed out Things You Should Never Put in an E-mail. Likely, you know most of it, but a reminder never hurts. And don't you have someone that you'd like to pass it on to? - K