PBwiki featured in New York Times blog

Marci Alboher, the career columnist at the New York Times, wrote about PBwiki in her latest blog post.

By now pretty much all of us (and even our parents) have used Wikipedia to look something up…But have you ever seen or used any other kind of wiki? If the answer is no, it may be about time to add wikis to the tools you use to work collaboratively with others.

She points how PBwiki can be used to reduce the number of emails you receive and edit a New York Times bestseller.

But the most interesting part is the comments, where people ask about the differences between PBwiki and other collaboration services.

Read the article at the New York Times blog: More to Wikis Than Wikipedia

One thought on “PBwiki featured in New York Times blog

  1. Nice job guys. We use an internal MediaWiki blog where I work to keep track of many things but I wouldn’t mind if we could just use PBwiki instead. It’s so much easier and quicker with the built-in editor. MediaWiki works fine but it just feels outdated. I use PBWiki for my own personal projects. Love it. I just signed up to beta test the 2.0 version.

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