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This is a funny post for those who have to deal with tangible and intangible concepts, like people in the tourism sector and studies.

Tourism is an activity among those involving tangible and intangible resources. However, since they have different nature, they follow different rules it’s important to understand.

If we apply tools designed for intangible resources (like web 2.0 tools) to tangible elements (like the common products we find in a normal supermarket), what terrible outcome will we get?

Enjoy the funny clip:

It’s clear this way. The other way round seams more difficult to understand. Let’s think about it.

[tag]web 2.0[/tag], [tag]tangible[/tag], [tag]intangible[/tag]

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