Architecture and Hardware

Wide-area collaboration


Since my temperament draws me to groupware, I have read about and taught it, and tried many groupware programs. This has been interesting, but the only groupware that has really affected my work is electronic mail on wide-area networks. My “invisible college,” my colleagues, are not the people in the offices down the corridor, they are people on the Internet, many of whom I have never seen or spoken with.

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