We just got these two pieces of feedback on our Point-and-Click editor within 25 minutes of each other: oh pbwiki. just when i think you couldn’t make it any easier… there you go again. it is a beautiful editor and it couldn’t be simpler. thank you for your great work! i have started pbwikis forContinue reading “Some contradictory feedback”
Monthly Archives: February 2007
RSS & Atom Feed "Leaks"
Dear wiki owners, A few people have been surprised recently when their users accidentally republished information from private wikis to the world at large by way of an RSS / Atom feed. Here is the low-down on how this can happen and how you can avoid it. Your users must be careful when using aContinue reading “RSS & Atom Feed "Leaks"”
Case study: cas100b.pbworks.com
What is Cas100b.pbworks.com? It’s a class on communication, arts, and sciences (100b is the course designation). How’d you first hear about PBwiki?I took an English graduate class (I’m a grad student as well as an instructor) and decided to give it a try since I teach a group communications class. Several of my colleagues wereContinue reading “Case study: cas100b.pbworks.com”
Tip of the Week #6: Cross-Browser Design
PBwiki does an amazing job of maintaining cross-browser compatibility in its basic design, so much so that people have told me about editing their wikis from their Blackberries. The designers work hard getting layouts and skins to look the same in every major browser, and for the most part, you’ll never ever have to thinkContinue reading “Tip of the Week #6: Cross-Browser Design”
PBwiki in medical school!
Ritu S. writes… I’m a first-year medical student and for Histology class we are assigned multiple group projects over the year. There are six to eight students per group, and we usually divide the project into sections. We each send our individual slides to one or two other students for editing and compilation. For eachContinue reading “PBwiki in medical school!”
We aggregate all kinds of usage data so help us make better decisions about how to improve PBwiki. Here are a few graphs I found interesting as a web geek, enjoy. Firefox Internet Explorer Browser family