Chapter 26. Collaborating on a network or by email

IN THE DISTANT PAST, if you wanted to share your worksheets with other people, you copied everything onto floppy disks, carried them down the hall (or flipped them over the partition), and handed them to the person who wanted them. This system (still effective, if you happen to have a machine with a diskette drive) was known affectionately as sneakernet. The lucky few who worked for large companies might have been connected to a network. These days, even people who work at home have networks, and everyone can take advantage of the Internet. ...

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