PC World named PBwiki last week as one of their Top 25 web sites to watch, along with our buddies at OpenDNS. 🙂 PC World says “The site’s simple, Web-based tools are perfect for building a wiki” – woo! Read the full article at PCworld.com!
2 years!! Congratulations to the entire team for building the world’s easiest wiki. Now beware…we may be in a little late to work tomorrow.
I just spoke to Nathan, our CTO, about the Schtuff transition. He told me that he’s working with Carl at Schtuff to finalize importing the Schtuff wikis to PBwiki. We expect to give the technical thumbs-up to the Schtuff team within 24 hours. After that, Schtuff will begin contacting its (our?) users to let themContinue reading “Schtuff transition is on track to happen in the next few days”
Our very own Nathan! Nathan is the CTO of Pbwiki.com, a Palo Alto-based startup that is now the world’s largest hoster of wikis. Nathan will be speaking about “how to keep a popular web service from melting when it becomes popular – Debian, PHP, Apache, Lighttpd, Squid, Memcache, MogileFS and MySQL.” Nathan was a PresidentContinue reading “Nathan Schmidt (PBwiki CTO) gives a talk at Stanford tomorrow”
Over the last three months we’ve been offering our users PBwiki presenter packs. If you’re interested in giving a presentation about PBwiki (or Web 2.0 technologies in general) we’d love to ship you our presenter pack. It’s free! The presenter pack includes: A PBwiki shirt. Choose your favorite An easy-to-read PDF overview of PBwiki toContinue reading “PBwiki Presenter Pack”
…no Salmonella here! Harkening back to David’s post about being glad we ship bits rather than physical stuff, boy, it’s also nice to know that we don’t ship anything that could harm people, either. On a lighter note, I just bought a household-sized fridge for our office. The one we have now is a veryContinue reading “Never Fear….”
Well, it looks like PBwiki is now blocked in China. Time for a party shirt. Maybe they didn’t appreciate my recent trip there, where I dressed up like the Red Army and had Chinese tourists gigglingly ask me for a picture. I swear governments have no sense of humor. In all honesty, this is aContinue reading “And there goes the continent…”