Monthly Archives: February 2006


James Byers was recently a guest on the Kojo Nnamdi radio show. The show was a good discussion about the value of Wikipedia and the broad importance of wikis as tools. Kojo selected his guests well (Ben Bederson, Alex Halavais, and Kat Walsh, along with James) which resulted in a smart and sensible discussion of […]

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Oxidized What?

Our January update recently went out to all Wikispaces members, albeit in early February. In the update we highlighted a great Wikispace called Oxidized White Burgundies. Of course we didn’t call it Oxidized White Burgundies. We called it Oxidized White Burgandies. To the oneophiles everywhere who cringed, sorry about that. Now you might be wondering, […]

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