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1 Author(s)
Scott, D.W. ; Marshall Space Flight Center, Nat. Aeronaut. & Space Adm., Huntsville, AL, USA

Word processing was one of the earliest uses for small workstations, but we quickly learned that desktop computers were far more than e-typewriters. Similarly, social media offers tools that could significantly improve our effectiveness at managing the avalanche of information and decisions associated with space flight projects. However, “could” does not necessarily equal “should”. We must wield two-edged swords carefully to avoid stabbing ourselves.

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Aerospace Conference, 2011 IEEE

Date of Conference:

5-12 March 2011