Socialtext brings wikis and more to Sharepoint

“But I thought Sharepoint was already getting a wiki,” you might say after hearing the latest news that Socialtext (one of the oldest, if not the oldest, Wiki vendor) is bringing Socialtext to Microsoft’s Sharepoint platform. That might be true, but Socialtext is a lot more than what Microsoft is putting in, not to mention that Microsoft’s Wiki functionality hasn’t shipped yet. Anyway, congrats to Ross Mayfield, one of the truly nice guys in this business. He wrote more about this on his blog.

6 thoughts on “Socialtext brings wikis and more to Sharepoint

  1. It will be interesting to see how this evolves and enhances productivity at the end of the day. Sharepoint is still kind of expensive for the small guys. I’d like to see some low-cost solutions out there with similar power…

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  2. It will be interesting to see how this evolves and enhances productivity at the end of the day. Sharepoint is still kind of expensive for the small guys. I’d like to see some low-cost solutions out there with similar power…

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  3. Robert,

    A good cause and a good deal for anyone wanting to make a cool retro- computer room for the home.

    Youth for Christ of Louisville has disassembled an old style computer rooms elevated floor with all hardware. Anyone putting together a cool computer room in a basement would have a little part of history and be the first geek on the block to have one at home.

    The floor will be hauled off for junk in a few days. Respond today if you want the retro floor. Great Shape.

    Contact info/number is Jim Karibo 502 635-7607 or jim@yfcinfo.com. Cost is free for the pick-up.

    However, they would not turn down a donation. Great group.
    Bill Graham was the first employee of this org.

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  4. Robert,

    A good cause and a good deal for anyone wanting to make a cool retro- computer room for the home.

    Youth for Christ of Louisville has disassembled an old style computer rooms elevated floor with all hardware. Anyone putting together a cool computer room in a basement would have a little part of history and be the first geek on the block to have one at home.

    The floor will be hauled off for junk in a few days. Respond today if you want the retro floor. Great Shape.

    Contact info/number is Jim Karibo 502 635-7607 or jim@yfcinfo.com. Cost is free for the pick-up.

    However, they would not turn down a donation. Great group.
    Bill Graham was the first employee of this org.

    Like

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