By Alex Wright
Communications of the ACM,
Vol. 54 No. 5, Page 23
A pair of divergent scientific communities discusses their similarities and differences, and search for common ground.
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Carolina Perez Gutt
April 28, 2011 11:51
This is my very personal thinking:
Net and web as words means exactly the same, if we continue trying to separate things, "we are going to fly in atoms" far from the true.
-Don't have we learn from our own history?-
Both "areas" works with multi-disiplinary and multi-cultural questions, if there is a difference, it would be were each one is applied, but both areas had the capability to complement each other.
So I humbly think we should find a name to include both areas of the same sience.
I'm a web project manager and web creative
May 18, 2011 03:01
I agree these points of view!
Both areas of the same science!
Dr. Ioan ANDONE
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