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2:26 am on Oct 7, 2000 (gmt 0)

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Believe it or not, I picked this up from the referral log. Never heard of wikiweb or smalltalk. The script does interest me though --sort of half webboard, half homefree.

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Whoaa! What IS this? Looks like there are lots of WikiNUTS out there -see WikiClones [c2.com]

4:34 am on Oct 7, 2000 (gmt 0)

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rc - if you like wikis you will love www.blogger.com [blogger.com]

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4:55 am on Oct 7, 2000 (gmt 0)

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Thanks, Oil. As it happens, I've seen blogger before (actually, newsblogger) but all bloggers appear to be hosted services. It looks like some of the wiki scripts are made available to webmasters for use in their own cgi.

I'm not overly impressed by what I've seen, but I am looking for a way for those clueless in html to mingle their text postings w/ higher level users. This WikiWeb does seem to do that, with file transfer as a bonus.