<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/pbworks_-215x53.jpg" width="215" height="53" /> Wikipedia aside, wikis just don't get any respect. <a href="http://pbworks.com/">PBwiki</a>,
My TechCrunch internship has ended, and for my final TechCrunchIT post, I wanted to connect the dots I see within the enterprise space. Thanks for the wonderful time. When Writely and Zoho Writer laun
Seattle based wiki-startup Wetpaint has been talking to a number of big content sites about a new product they’ll be releasing soon, we’ve heard. The screen shot above is a mock-up that We
As Google gets into the wiki space with Google Sites (the relaunch of Jotspot), all the other little wiki startups out there will need to keep one step ahead. Those includes Wikia, Socialtext, Wetpain
Seattle-based Wetpaint, which launched in June 2006, is a hosted wiki site that focuses on great looking sites and making the user interface as easy as possible. A number of wikis have popped up aroun
PBWiki is on a bit of a roll. After confirming a $2 million round of financing last week, they’ve just launched a partnership with 30Boxes that allows users to insert a calendar into a wiki. Act
PBwiki closed $2 million in funding this morning from Mohr Davidow Ventures. Founder and CEO David Weekly confirmed that previous investors Ron Conway and Chris Yeh also put in an additional $100k.
I’ve come accross a couple of free Wiki solutions lately and thought I’d post them here. Check out PBWiki and Ben Nolan’s Foopad if you’re looking for a bare bones and free Wik