Monthly Archives: May 2006

Speaking at the NetSquared Conference

Tommorow I’m going to be speaking at a session at the NetSquared conference in San Jose. The session is about “Community Knowledge Bases”. Heddy Nam will be taking about her work at Never Again. She has a really interesting story to tell about the parallels between the community building and connections they try to foster […]

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edublogs.org and Wikispaces

A few months ago I met up with James Farmer of edublogs.org to talk about the work he has been doing to bring web tools to educators. He quickly impressed me as someone who was passionate about helping educators and the importance of open tools like blogs and wikis. Edublogs is a free blogging service […]

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“Working with Wikis” in CIO Decisions

Paul Gillin has written a reasoned and thoughtful article on wiki use in mid-size companies for CIO Decisions magazine. He makes the familiar point that simplicity has great advantages over traditional complex solutions but that wikis need to be well implemented to be well received. He mentions Wikispaces as a great place to try out […]

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Announcing Wikispaces Private Label

Today, we’re thrilled to announce Wikispaces Private Label, a service for organizations that want their own dedicated Wikispaces environment. Wikispaces Private Label provides you with a dedicated, branded environment on your own domain that looks and feels like your existing website. With Private Label, you can create as many spaces (wikis) and user accounts as […]

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