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September 07, 2004

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» Wikis Anonymous from Many-to-Many
Brian Lamb has a great article on wikis in academia in EDUCAUSE Review. I didn’t interview for the piece (would have shared how academic communities in Stanford [our very first customer], Berkeley, USC and others are using Socialtext with our... [Read More]

» Wikis in Academia from RocknGo
Ross wrote on his blog: Brian Lamb has a great article on wikis in academia in EDUCAUSE Review. I didn’t interview for the piece (would have shared how academic communities in Stanford [our very first customer], Berkeley, USC and others... [Read More]

» The Wiki Prayer from Oliver Thylmann's Blog
I just read Ross Mayfield's post Wikis Anonymous and it includes (among others) a wonderful quote which is very nice for those working with Wiki's ;): Please, grant me the serenity to accept the pages I cannot edit, The courage [Read More]

» Privacy, transparency and reputation systems from Preoccupations
Much on the ether, earlier this year and more recently, about both privacy and transparency (Ross Mayfield has a good overview here.) Back in 1999, Scott McNeally famously said at a press conference, 'You already have zero privacy. Get over [Read More]

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