The last ten days have seen some increased visibility of wikis. Saw the introduction to MSDN wiki. I blogged about it here. The very next day, I saw eBay's wiki announcement (based on JotSpot). This blog talks about it being the largest commercial wiki. Got an invitation for beta from WetPaint. Checking it out right […]
Live.com moves up to Top-10 in Alexa rankings. This brings the number of Microsoft properties to 4. 3 Microsoft Network 6 Passport.net 8. Microsoft Corporation 10 Live.com Here is a copy of the screen-shot from InfoMinder.
I am trying a test post from Flock. So far the experience of using it is pretty good. I had no trouble importing my settings from Firefox and IE and getting started. I judge a product by the first 15 minutes of experience. This was one was smooth as silk. The first para was written […]
Heard about this from Oleg Tkachenko's Blog Notes: There is a page navigation bar on the left, content in the middle and community stats on the right. You can check it out here. Here is the FAQ page. To add content, you navigate to the page you want (using the page navigation bar) on the […]
I like this post from Tantek. In his XML Design Notes, Tantek mentions two simple thumb rules: Reuse rather than reinvent Use elements for human information, attributes for machine information In order to help people reuse (assume that they have no motives for reinventing). 1. We need to make the information and usage patterns easy […]
I am not sure how I missed this. Here is an announcement on Technorati of a new search/ping service for Microformats. I'm very pleased to announce the technology preview of Technorati microformats search for contacts, events and reviews, and Pingerati, a microformats ping distributor to support and grow the microformats ecosystem. Microformats are the key […]
I got my invitation for the Google Spreadsheet and promptly signed up. Not being a financial type, I created a couple of task lists and shared it with two different friends with email. I played around with the basic operations a bit and was reasonably satisfied. Good points: It is pretty simple The UI is […]
Found this link from Danny's post about MicroLearning Conference. I was curious about the concept so went to Microlearning.org and found this wiki. Microlearning …is a term used in the e-learning context for a learner’s short interaction with a learning matter broken down to very small bits of content. At present this term is not […]
Just got a confirmation email for Mashup Camp2. Wow! There are already more than 600 people confirmed todate. Looking forward to meeting all these people.