Tag Archives: Wiki

Wikis and the evolution and development of ideas

As I write, I realise the writing tool I am using is not what I should be writing in. Most documents I write start with a Sticky and quickly migrate to BBEdit, which keeps up with the speed I sometimes … Continue reading

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Wetpaint wiki

. Derek Wenmouth told me about Wetpaint, a nice WYSIWYG wiki tool. I was very impressed.

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Geowiki

I’m very interested in Geowiki, where you can add your own points and comments. From a usability perspective… it only lets me enter points by clicking… a very inaccurate way of adding them… especially when I know the exact point… … Continue reading

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Information Management Now: On Wikis and Letting Go

From On Wikis and Letting Go Using a wiki (or many wikis) in a corporate environment represents a fundamental cultural change. The organization has to let go. It has to unshackle its intellectual capital from the constraints of outdated records … Continue reading

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Sack the board of the LazyWeb

I’m fed up with the LazyWeb. It never does what I need doing… well, hardly ever. You see there only really are 3 types of information… blogs (time-based), wikis (structured) and er… the other one… All I want… is a … Continue reading

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StikiPad.

I’m always on the lookout for free (or low cost) wiki tools and StikiPad looks very nice indeed. Give it a whirl.

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WikiMatrix

A table that shows the features of various wiki tools. WikiMatrix / Instiki vs. JotSpot vs. MediaWiki vs. PhpWiki vs. PmWiki vs. TikiWiki – Compare them all. It doesn’t list my favourite, wikka though.

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