The Computer User as Toolsmith: The Use, Reuse and Organization of Computer-Based Tools

@inproceedings{Greenberg1993TheCU,
  title={The Computer User as Toolsmith: The Use, Reuse and Organization of Computer-Based Tools},
  author={Saul Greenberg},
  year={1993}
}
1. Introduction 2. Studying Unix 3. Using commands in Unix 4. Techniques for reusing activities 5. Recurrent systems 6. Reuse opportunities in Unix Csh - potential and actual 7. Principles, corroboration and justification 8. Organizing activities through workspaces 9. A workspace system: description and issues 10. Conclusion References. 

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