Tim Ferriss is the author of The 4-Hour Workweek, a book that’s become phenomenally successful. (The book is about “lifestyle design” and working less to achieve your goals, including some provocative ideas about outsourcing your life.) After simultaneously being listed as a bestseller on the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and Businessweek lists, AdvertisingContinue reading “How one author uses PBwiki to let anyone edit his New York Times bestseller”
We’re surprised and thrilled to see how fast our PBwiki community is growing. Today, we’re announcing some news: If your co-workers or friends have been wondering about using wikis, point them to this post for a roundup of articles on using PBwiki to make your life easier. 1. Video: See how we use PBwiki toContinue reading “PBwiki hosts more pages than Wikipedia!”
We were combing through some data a few weeks ago and discovered something interesting: Over 1/3 of the Fortune 500 has used PBwiki. This is great news for our Small Business Edition — with so many Fortune 500 users, we’ve already seen small business users feeling more comfortable about security and safety. So we’re turningContinue reading “To our PBwiki community: How should we spread the word about PBwiki in the Fortune 500?”
When it comes to building a collaborative wiki, there are certain elements that significantly increase your chances for getting others to contribute to your wiki. Here are the PBwiki best practices for getting participants to be fully engaged in your wiki. Avoid Blank-Page Syndrome: Pre-fill your wiki with content. Most people get scared by blankContinue reading “Best practices for getting others to contribute to your wiki”
And Fridays are very serious. Apparently some kid by our local Vietnamese place was making balloon … pbj sandwiches. They’re not usually that chewy.
We have some free PBwiki materials I want to share with you. Lots of our users give talks about wikis. Some are teachers, like the 1,000+ who responded to an email I sent out a few months ago asking if they plan to present about wikis. (They presented in places like Maine, Malaysia, and TexasContinue reading “Want some free materials to spread the word about PBwiki?”