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What's a Wiki?


© August 2003 Tony Lawrence
Sat Aug 16 21:31:10 GMT 2003

Recently I kept running across references to Wiki's. I had not a clue, but a little Google research enlightened me:


Here's a real Wiki page: C2's SCO Unix Page. I created it, but feel free to add to it.

Visit WikiWikiWeb and Atom Wiki

Neat stuff..


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Yes, but how was the word "Wiki" selected for this...er...technology?

--BigDumbDinosaur

It means "quick" in Hawaiian

--TonyLawrence

Ah, just what I would have thought of if I were concocting a new way to say things. <Smile>

--BigDumbDinosaur
---July 15, 2004

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