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[OLIT 593-001] Linux News: Wikis: Whither Wikis? The State of Collaborative Web ...: Sure, Wikipedia still has a page for everything from Charlemagne to Chewbacca, but it seems more attention now is focused on kick-back-and-have-fun social networks, not hit-the-books-and-contribute-some-research wikis. Has the wiki well run dry?

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[Learnlets] Learnlets » Whither the library?: Personally, I would love to see the bulk of scholarship move to a more collaborative model, like a wiki-model. I just think that academic publishing would be so much more productive and valuable if it wasn’t bounded by so much of an individualistic model.

[An Antic Disposition] An Antic Disposition: Whither ODF?: Ditto for the first electronic spreadsheet, the first electronic word processor, the first wiki, the first web browser. Innovation starts from asking "what if", not by asking what other features the user wants to see added to the familiar Word interface.

[EDUCAUSE | All Content] Supporting the “Scholarship” in E-Scholarship (EDUCAUSE Review ...: The express purpose of cyberinfrastructure is to enable e-scholarship: new forms of scholarship that are more information-intensive, data-intensive, distributed, collaborative, and multidisciplinary.1 But what does that mean for scholars, for academic libraries, and for campus information technology? What cyberinfrastructure strategies should colleges and universities implement to support the “scholarship” in e-scholarship?

[Untitled] Whither goes the LMS market? |: The LMS market continues to expand.  Despite the fact that the two largest vendors are now over $100M in sales (SumTotal is now running at a $133M revenue runrate and Saba around $107M), smaller companies continue to grow rapidly.  CornerstoneOnDemand, Plateau, Softscape, GeoLearning, Learn.com, Meridian, Certpoint, Mzinga, as well as Oracle and SAP are all seeing tremendous growth.  While the market is highly competitive, each of these companies is identifying its own market niches - and there are many.   We consider training to be a “horizontal” market - it takes place in almost every large organization.  But within this horizontal market there are many segments:  customer training, reseller/channel training, certification and compliance training, rapid e-learning for small companies, global enterprise learning management, as well as content development, publishing, and informal learning. 

[LinuxInsider] Linux News: Wikis: Whither Wikis? The State of Collaborative Web ...: A long time ago -- meaning, of course, three or four years in Internet time -- wikis came to represent the best of the true democratic, user-generated nature of the Web. The collaborative writing/editing of a wiki meant that all voices could be heard, but majority .

[Web 3.0 Technology.com] Whither Wikis? The State of Collaborative Web Publishing: A long time ago -- meaning, of course, three or four years in Internet time -- wikis came to represent the best of the true democratic, user-generated nature of the Web. The collaborative writing/editing of a wiki meant that all voices .

[Wirearchy] Cisco On the Road to “Socialism” ”¦ or Fundamental Organisational ...: Trust and openness are words you hear a lot in the endlessly optimistic world of Web 2.0, but at Cisco, it seems to be more than a PowerPoint mantra, even to my jaundiced eye. As Mitchell and I settle down to our conversation in an open space not 25 feet from Chambers’s office, I can hear the CEO chatting on the phone with customers.

[Where is there an end of it?] Where is there an end of it? | SC 34 Meetings, Prague, Days 2, 3 & 4: The issue I had in mind was actually relating to XML representation of documents and the interesting tradeoffs relating to versioning and forwards compatibility, which applies as much to ODF as it does to OOXML. Maybe if there is harmonisation work done to bring the two standards together (a goal some people have, I am unsure how realistic it is) then a versioning scheme that would support such a convergence and merger would be an interesting consideration at this point.

[Wikinet] Meatball Wiki: SunirShah: In the short term, I needed some space to persue a few of my own projects, such as the DesignBibliography and MetaWiki, and of course repairing MeatballWiki. In the medium term, I'm looking for something new (hint, hint, nudge, nudge) as well as kicking forward a couple other ideas I have, though I'll be maintaining our PersonalRelationship by doing some contracts for SocialText now and then.

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