Collaborative Networked Communication: MUDs as Systems Tools

  title={Collaborative Networked Communication: MUDs as Systems Tools},
  author={R{\'e}my Evard},
A systems administration group is only as effective as its internal communication mechanisms. On-line communication has traditionally been managed via electronic mail or news, which are neither real-time nor truly collaborative. Communication tools which let multiple parties work together in real-time have become widespread on the Internet in the last several years. In an effort to keep a physically disjoint systems staff working together effectively, we have explored the use of MUDs as… CONTINUE READING
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