"Knee-jerk Anti-LOOPism and other E-mail Phenomena: Oral, Written, and Electronic Patterns in Computer-Mediated Communication" is a paper by JoAnne Yates and Wanda J. Orlikowski. MIT Sloan School Working Paper #3578-93; Center for Coordination Science Techincal Report #150; July 1993.
The paper "reports on an empirical investigation into the on-going electronic interaction of a natural distributed group". The selected group was the ANSI Common Lisp committee, which extensively used email for its standardization work.
Document location: http://ccs.mit.edu/papers/CCSWP150.html
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