August 21, 2014

Writeboard, a Wiki for the Rest of Us

Posted by: of Blogging Systems Group on 10/11/05

I’ve been head over heels about wikis for a while now. But, for most of us, they’ve been less than useful partially because they’re still too "geeky." At least, they have been for me. Well, those days are over. 37Signals, the company that brought you Basecamp, has rolled out Writeboard, a truly easy-to-use wiki.

I won’t go into detail here, but I do invite you to read my glowing review of the app on my blog. Trust me, you’ll like Writeboard. Like the rest of 37Signal’s products it’s an easy-to-use software application that really works. 

2 comments for Writeboard, a Wiki for the Rest of Us »

  1. I am sorry, but writeboard hasn’t much to do with a wiki, has it? I just checked it. It is o.k. for working on a common text. But this isn’t really what a wiki is about… Nevertheless, thanks for pointing me to 37signals. Sounds like quite an interesting company!

    Comment by Florian Heidecke — October 12, 2005 @ 7:55 am

  2. I started this as a long comment here about my gripes about Writeboard, but I decided to just make it a full post on my blog instead.

    Comment by Rick Bruner — October 13, 2005 @ 7:27 am

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