Monthly Archives: March 2006

Menéame: Space of the Month

Our March Space of the Month is Menéame. You can read about the Menéame story in our space of the month archive but wanted to add a few more reasons why we think Menéame es impresionante. 1) It’s a real community The Menéame wiki is the work of many different editors all working toward a […]

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Wikispaces.com: now with 30% less blah-blah-blah

We’ve just launched a svelte new look for the front page of Wikispaces.com (sign out to see the new page if you’re already signed in). We think we’ve made the page as simple as possible – but no simpler. In the same spirit, we’ve taken the opportunity to clarify our mission in life: Wikis for […]

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Happy Birthday

A year ago this week, we opened the doors of Wikispaces to the world. We started with a simple idea: any group of people, regardless of their technical background, should be able to start their own wiki. Tens of thousands of members and spaces later, Wikispaces has come a long way. We’re continually amazed at […]

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“I found this project really addictive”

Our space of the month for February 2006 is the CCIT 205 Wikispace. It’s a private space but we had to highlight it because of the sheer volume of activity it saw during February and because the enthusiasm of its members. Professor Michael Jones and his students have a lot to say about a theme […]

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Interview on Netsquared

Netsquared “highlights projects around the world that succeed at the intersection of pervasive access, new tools, and new audiences.” I’ve been chatting with Marshall Kirkpatrick of Netsquared for a while about what we’re trying to do at Wikispaces and he’s always had useful input for us. He recently posted an interview with me on Netsquared […]

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