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 entitled “When and why to wiki”.

It’s a good brief overview of some of what we’ve learned from our community.

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  1. Posted March 14, 2006 at 6:52 am | Permalink

    Thanks Adam, and thanks for doing that interview with me! I’ll definitely think of you next time a nonprofit organization I know needs a hosted wiki. If you come across any nonprofits with other Web 2.0 needs – send them our way!

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