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August 12, 2008

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Very good in coming to terms.Now it is clear what collaboration is.We are doing it everyday.

Collaboration has different meaning when it concern with individual person and firm.collaboration meaning changed as time changes.Now in computer generation it completely transformed into sifferent sense.directionality is very important in collaboration.I like the way collaboration represented in this post.

It is NOT the case that a document is available on, say, Google, and everybody involved gives it their best shot.

I am certainly guilty of leaning too hard on "collaboration", but it really sounds like your lawyers could simplify their workflow with a wiki.

Check out author Anthony D. Williams's latest post at the Wikinomics blog for a nice visualization of how the email-based workflow can be a headache.

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