Do I believe it’s just an innocent coincidence after writing about Wikpedia several times recently that someone randomly sends me an e-mail asking something about Wikiverse’s Harvard University page? The information, in general, seems okay, but some of the numbers are wrong. It gives two different founding dates for the institution without an explanation about [...]
Archive for August 6th, 2004
It seems like it’s been disabled because it isn’t working right. If someone can fix it, it might come back online. I wonder how it’s not working. How many fewer hits and spots in the rankings will this blog have once it’s fixed? Now there’s no pressure to blog before midnight so I can check [...]
This Society for News Design site allows journalists doing layout to get feedback from one another about their newspaper’s pages. One of our editors told me about it months ago. It’s nice to see it highlighted in a June Internet Scout Report.
Frassle developers/programmers Shimon Rura and Josh Ain will be talking about interpersonal content management systems, which is what Frassle is, at the 4th Open-Source Content Management conference. It sounds like a talk I would want to hear.
I thought by going to the page for the department, I could view a longer list of posts from that department. While looking for items on the blog on your own blog or comment on another blog debate, I realized the Blogging category only shows a few months of posts instead of going back to [...]
James, who’s used to writing on wikis, commented “I wish I could edit that entry but this isn’t a wiki, so I’m stuck.” He is incorrect: members of this blog can edit their comments. Manila, the blog program running on Harvard’s server, allows blog members to edit their comments. Details on how to join the [...]