[Web4lib] Google buys a wiki
Casey.Durfee at spl.org
Wed Nov 1 15:29:38 EST 2006
Speaking of MS Access for the web, I'm pretty surprised that DabbleDB (http://dabbledb.com) hasn't been snapped up by somebody yet. I think it's a lot more impressive than JotSpot (though not exactly filling the same niche).
>>> Andrew Nagy <andrew.nagy at villanova.edu> 11/1/2006 12:13 PM >>>
Regardless of it's format, it's good. It's much more like MS office.
It has a MS Project like project management tool, and a spreadsheet,
etc. I have been using Jot to manage a project with a small team and it
has worked really well.
Anyone got any good ideas for a new web 2.0 project to create and sell
to Google for billions? I'll go in halfsies with you.
Jeremy Dunck wrote:
> JotSpot isn't a wiki in the conventional sense.
> It's more accurate to think of it as MS Access for the web, with a
> wiki front-end.
> On 11/1/06, B.G. Sloan <bgsloan2 at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> "Google Inc., expanding its efforts at providing software that
>> helps users create and post their own materials on the Internet, has
>> acquired a California startup that develops online collaboration
>> tools known as wikis."
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