Chapter 4. Collaborating in a Shared Review
Pop quiz: What do town criers, the Pony Express, telephones, teletype, typewritten letters and smudged carbon copies, distributed e-mails, online meetings, and bulletin boards have in common? Answer: All are means of sharing information and collaborating on ideas, devising devious plans, plotting hostile railroad takeover bids, and thwarting invading hordes from the north.
Exchange of information and ideas is an accepted and necessary part of daily life. Looking for a way to efficiently and easily exchange those ideas is also a necessary part of life. Sadly, finding a communication vehicle that is less than efficient or easy to handle is also often a part of life.
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