(it's impossible to use our old logins, and it's impossible to register for new ones - perhaps some kind of software incompatability? - but it will not send the email to reset my password for my old account and will not send the email to set up my new account either.)
I thought I'd comment on these posts:http://boingboing.net/2011/08/15/empirical-manners-towards-a-science-of-harmonious-norms.htmlhttp://www.antipope.org/charlie/blog-static/2011/08/rewilding-etiquette.html
There are some nice ideas in there. But there are some nice-seeming ideas with vicious consequences too.
(on the primate level, how do eye contact, physical contact, and stance etc. contribute to establishing trust when meeting a stranger? You can study that)
They define neurotypicals as the norm, and everyone else as the other. A society which expects eye contact is a society which creates a neurodiverse underclass and defines that underclass as shifty and untrustworthy. A society which expects eye contact is likely to blind itself to the injustice, the apartheid, it creates in doing so.