Wikis and the culture of collaboration

Wikis are Standard fare for technology conferences — and what's hot with tech companies tends to spread fast. A wiki is a Web site that lets users easily add, edit, or remove content. While a blog is made to broadcast the thoughts of one or a few people, wikis are intended for collaborative authoring. Think of it as a shared online workspace.

From a meeting perspective, wikis are being used both as a planning tool and, more visibly, as a forum for attendees to network and share ideas

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