Wiki vs email [was: SPUG: Seattle Perl Consortium]
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Fri Aug 6 01:21:47 CDT 2004
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On Thu, 05 Aug 2004 22:46:56 -0700, Michael R. Wolf
<michaelrwolf at att.net> wrote:
> Brian Ingerson <ingy at ttul.org> writes:
> > This a very interesting thread. But email threads eventually die.
> > In the meantime I've set up:
> > http://spc.kwiki.org/
> What's your experience with the life cycle of a Wiki? By implication,
> you seem to say that they do *not* die. What do they do? Is there
> something about a Wiki discussion that creates more discussion?
> Different discussion? Something other than discussion?
> I'm really interested. You seem to point toward the technology
> supporting the discussion as being different. I'd like to know why
> that is. Is there something about the medium that's significantly
> different than the message that it supports?
> Michael R. Wolf
> All mammals learn by playing!
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