wiki

Mon
20
Jul
Dennis Faas's picture

'Wiki Taxi', and 'SE-Explorer'

Wiki Taxi Did you ever want to take Wikipedia with you while you are offline? Call on WikiTaxi: a portable application that delivers the Wikipedia of your choice to wherever you go. WikiTaxi enables you to read, search, and browse Wikipedia offline. ... No Internet connection is needed; all pages are stored in a WikiTaxi database. Because Wikipedia is constantly growing, WikiTaxi uses compression to make sure that the database stays reasonably small. The huge English Wikipedia easily fits on a 8 GB memory stick. http://www.wikitaxi.org SE-Explorer Replace standard Windows Explorer with SE- ... (view more)

Fri
16
May
Dennis Faas's picture

'Wiki On A Stick', and 'Ps Tools'

Wiki On A Stick Personal wiki that lives in one self-modifying XHTML file containing software, interface and data. Very useful for creating small websites and maintaining notes or to-do lists; completely javascript-programmable, supports images and ... files embedding. http://sourceforge.net/projects/stickwiki Ps Tools The Windows NT and Windows 2000 Resource Kits come with a number of command-line tools that help you administer your Windows NT/2K systems. This is a collection of similar tools, including some not included in the Resource Kits. What sets these tools apart is that they all allow ... (view more)

Fri
03
Nov
Dennis Faas's picture

Google Acquires JotSpot and Ventures into Wikis

Google has gobbled up yet another company in its recent wave of acquisitions. The search engine giant recently announced that it has acquired JotSpot, a Silicon Valley wiki provider. Google's venture into wikis is not completely surprising. Wikis, ... which are web-based applications that enable people to easily post and edit information, have become increasingly popular as the Web 2.0 trend continues. Many websites have been expanding their sites to include wiki applications. Amazon.com hopped on the wiki bandwagon in April when they added a function which enables users to write and edit product ... (view more)

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