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January 18, 2005

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» Warum Disney auf ein anderes Wiki umsteigt from netbib weblog
Matt Marshall berichtet in den Mercury News darüber, dass JotSpot, das im letzten Jahr gegründete Unternehmen des Excite-Mitgründers Joe Kraus, einen ersten großen Kunden hat: Es betreibt jetzt die Wikis für Disney. Der Kunde Disney wurde von Ross May... [Read More]

» Ross Mayfield refutes the Wiki Wars from View from the Isle by Larix Consulting

Today I wrote about Jotspot "stealing" Disney from Socialtext forStartupjobs.com Blog with "The wiki wars heat up".  Yep, I ... [Read More]

» Murder, Death, Kill from Oliver Thylmann's Blog
That's the idea you get from reading the idea that we are in the times of [Read More]

» Wiki dis Wiki That from Om Malik on Broadband
Wikis are having their 15 minutes in the blogosphere. Great - broadband enables demand for new software, and it doesn't matter if it comes from company A (aka Social Text) or Company B (JotSpot) or open source. Who cares! Venky is right when he says, t... [Read More]

» Opening shots in a wiki war? from Wikizen
Briefly - no, I don't think so. It all started with Matt Marshall's article coining the term 'wiki war', which got picked up in various places, Graham defended Jot, Ross went on the offensive, Graham again played D, more follow [Read More]

» Stand Down: Wiki-wars rethought; Plus, open source, open companies from Jonathan Nolen
I realize I'm a couple days late putting together my thoughts on the whole Wiki-wars dust-up between SocialText and JotSpot, but here goes. First, Matt Marshall's original article was really substandard: pure sensationalism. I've enjoyed reading his bl... [Read More]

» Stand Down: Wiki-wars rethought; Plus, open source, open companies from Jonathan Nolen
I realize I'm a couple days late putting together my thoughts on the whole Wiki-wars dust-up between SocialText and JotSpot, but here goes. First, Matt Marshall's original article was really substandard: pure sensationalism. I've enjoyed reading his bl... [Read More]

» KnowledgeTapestry from notgartner.com: Mitch Denny's Blog
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» Qui se lance dans les Wiki ? from Butterfly Effect
"One day there will be a wiki server next to every Exchange server and people will discover the power of working openly and socially." [Read More]

» the wiki wars II from TJ's Weblog
Ok it's not fair that such a small PR stunt gets so much press apparently in favor of Jotspot. But there is no bad publicity isn't it? "So far, Kraus has boasted that JotSpot can do everything Socialtext can, and... [Read More]

» wiki wars from al's dartboard
Interesting discussion of the Wiki War, and two distinct business strategies by SocialText and Jot. The most interesting quote, IMHO, is below: If we look at real growth curves, they are painfully flat for a long time until the [Read More]

» Christmas Gift Ideas from Christmas Gifts Directory
Christmas Gift Manufacturer Directory. Christmas gift shopping ideas - shop for Christmas gifts in US, Canada... [Read More]

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