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PeanutButterWiki - a review by Brandon Watts

reviewed by Brandon Watts at Lockergnome on 9/27/05



It’s a little freaky if you haven’t heard of a wiki. These community-driven Web sites allow people from all over the world to descend upon a common place in which they can freely add and edit content for everyone else to see. The beautiful thing about these message boards on steroids is that they are so easy to work with and grow. Plain text is used to add information as opposed to complicated code, and further pages can be started and developed as the topics and conversations begin. If you appreciate the simplicity of making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, then you’re going to love how easy it is to make a wiki with PeanutButterWiki. This site provides a no-nonsense approach to creating a wiki of your very own. All you need to do is type in the desired name of the wiki and your e-mail address to get started. From there, you'll be e-mailed a password that'll allow you to login to your page and get things rolling. You can maintain a tight leash on your wiki by keeping it private, or you can decide to open it up to the masses. Either way, it'll be interesting to see how the content evolves once you get your site out there.


Notes from Clif

I had written up a review of pbwiki for posting here and Brandon did such a good job that I thought you should see it first. Here is my review. Pbwiki is offering to give me more space if I am one of the top ten referrers here. So, do me a favor, click on this link to sign up and let them know that Clif sent you.