Interactive office documents: a new face for web 2.0 applications

@inproceedings{Boyer2008InteractiveOD,
  title={Interactive office documents: a new face for web 2.0 applications},
  author={John M. Boyer},
  booktitle={ACM Symposium on Document Engineering},
  year={2008}
}
As the world wide web transforms from a vehicle of information dissemination and e-commerce transactions into a writable nexus of human collaboration, the Web 2.0 technologies at the forefront of the tranformation may be seen as special cases of a more general shift in the conceptual application model of the web. This paper recognizes the conceptual transition and explores the connections to a new class of interactive office documents that become possible by tighter integration of the Open… CONTINUE READING

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