Who Put Those Semicolons In The Draft? Now You'll Know

When a group of, say, lawyers work together on a legal brief, it is often hard for them to keep track of one another's changes and suggestions. New software for networks of Apple Macintoshes claims the ability to make sure everyone in a work group instantly knows what changes their co-workers have made. Called Instant Update, the program comes from ON Technology Inc., the Cambridge (Mass.) company founded by software pioneer Mitchell D. Kapor.

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