Wiki: Compare them All

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I compared wikispaces with pbwiki - the two user-friendly hosted wiki apps that I like. This is a cool site. It lets you select any two or more wiki packages and then it dynamically creates a feature-by-feature comparison. Great model! Speaking of wikis, there's gonna be an online wiki and nonprofit event next week over here and here

Wiki 50

How To Make A Back Channel Light Up Like Clark Griswald's House

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I got an email from hosts Chris Uschan and Tony Veroeven who shared some numbers, "We had 190 attend and ask 140 questions in a back channel that looked like Clark Griswald 's House at Christmas!". The community is hosted by Maddie Grant and Lindy Dreyer of SocialFish in collaboration with Omnipress. yes, pbwiki, wikispaces, and wetpaint have free versions). I use what the host uses.

Your Help Needed to Steer the Museum 2.0 Live Archive

Museum 2.0

To contribute to the site , you will need to register an account with the wiki host. After asking around, I considered four free-ish options for the wiki: pbwiki , wikispaces , Google sites , and wik.is. I eliminated pbwiki because you have to pay if you want to have more than 3 contributors. Over the life and growth of this blog, one statistic has remained the same: 60% of the visitors to the site at any given time are new to it. This has always made me a bit uneasy.