Friday, April 02, 2004

I'm always stealing useful links and ideas from Bill Seitz, who

a) is a crucial source of good wiki / hypertext stuff


b) I don't credit enough, because I tend to put those links into ThoughtStorms rather than discuss here.

Today is no exception to rule a) but I'm trying to break rule b)

Andrius Kulikauskas talks to Jerry Machalski

Meanwhile, Ward Cunninham says : I think wiki is a miniature version of science. Science is a process for organising and explaining nature. Wiki is a process for organising and explaining experience. I ask people to tell me their stories, and people like to tell stories. It's a natural, social thing. Wiki provides the machinery for weaving together those stories.


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