Monthly Archives: March 2007

A Wikispaces Podcast with Sue Waters

I had a good chat with Sue Waters, a lecturer in Western Australia, about wikis in education yesterday. She was suitably impressed by the flatclassroom project so we spent some time talking about that project and its implications. I always like it when the discussions we have center around the projects built by Wikispaces communities. […]

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“Wiki” Now in a Dictionary Near You

Wiki is one of 287 new words to appear in the online Oxford English Dictionary: http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20070315/wr_nm/britain_dictionary_wiki_dc_2 Says Graeme Diamond, Principal Editor, New Words, OED: This joins a small but distinguished group of words which are directly or ultimately borrowings into English from Hawaiian. It has been suggested that in some ways the OED itself resembles […]

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What’s Under The Hood?

Last week, we talked with James Gray of Linux Journal who wondered what kind of software we used to power Wikispaces. We told him about the underpinnings of Wikispaces and that, in fact, our infrastructure is entirely based on Linux and Open Source software. The full text of the interview is available here: http://www.linuxjournal.com/xstatic/announce/2007/announce09.txt (Link […]

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