Collaborative Writing, for Reals – A Record Aside
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The power to trace adjustments, evaluate variations, and get suggestions—all with out the soul-crushing characteristic bloat and nasty web-unfriendly code of Microsoft Phrase? Dare an editor dream such a dream?
That’s what just-announced collaborative writing device Editorially goals to do:
And a few of ALA’s crazy-smart associates and colleagues are behind it, too: Ethan Marcotte, Mandy Brown, and Jason Santa Maria.
After years of being pressured to work in Phrase simply so as to add feedback to a draft—or to muddle my manner by non-collaborative textual content editors—I can’t wait to do that out.