Monthly Archives: November 2005

Wikispaces integration with Blogger and Typepad

We’ve just rolled out an integration between Wikispaces and two blog services, Blogger and Typepad. Why would we do this? I’m glad you asked. Conceptually, blogs are good for running conversations whereas wikis are good for long-lived content. It seemed to us that it might be useful to be able to import blog entries into […]

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Wikispaces on CNET

One example is Wikispaces, a free commercial site targeting families, schools, book clubs, wedding planners and everyone in between. The service hosts around 5,000 “spaces” on, among other subjects, family trees, Dungeons & Dragons games and the “cultures of scientific revolutions.”

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November’s Space of the Month

A few days ago we announced that The Aristotle Experiment was November’s space of the month on Wikispaces. The Aristotle Experiment is a great example of how wikis can be used in the classroom. David James Conlay, an English teacher at Estancia High School in Costa Mesa, California, uses the wiki to post assignments that […]

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Wikispaces Badges

This week we’ve rolled out a new feature to help link to your wikis from other spots on the web: Wikispaces badges. We’ve built a wide range of sizes to help catch the eye. There are a number of small images, a big dynamic image with your space name and description, and our favorite, the […]

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