Category Archives: Wiki

SiteHoppin Re-Launched as Domain Search Engine!

One of my greatest websites I ever made (and hard-coded all myself) using MediaWiki open-source as base platform is SiteHoppin.com.

SiteHoppin has been re-launched as a domain search engine.  Basically, it’s like Digg but we only store your URL infomation, no content whatsoever other than previews under iFrames.

You can also submit your blog/website URLs as they will get indexed by Google and other search engines

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Stumbleupon launches its Toolbar-less Browsing Feature!

Stumbleupon launches its Toolbar-less browsing feature, of course, it seems that they have picked on our ideas from SiteHoppin, which is originally based on Toolbar-less browsing.

You can test both out yourself and judge which one is better, I still think my SiteHoppin rocks over SU’s new toolbar-lessness.

Test out SU Web Version

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ThoughtFarmer provides awesome Intranet platform!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbchjzAC0OE

I ran into this nice gentleman, Chris, a co-founder of ThoughtFarmer.com. They provide IntraNet solutions to your company using easy to use web interfaces where your employees and employers can interact within the company w/o using traditional methods of communication such as e-mail and documents.

It’s sorta like a those Enterprise Wikis but the first thing I noticed about their Intranet platform is the quality graphics and simple design as shown here:

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Web 2.0 Expo 2008 – Jeffrey Walker on Enterprise Wikis!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8s53XaJn6s

Jeffrey Walker, President of Atlassian.com, explains the benefits and some bullet-points about running Enterprise Wikis over at Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco.

Atlassian, is btw, a company that specializes in Enterprise Wikis built for organizing large companies.

What is interesting to me is that these “wikis” have been replacing e-mails, documents, and all sorts of other technology of large comp

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Recap of Web 2.0 Expo – What is Web 3.0 and Semantic Web?

Here’s a recap of great stuff I learned through attending the Web 2.0 Expo 2008 in San Francisco this week.

All these companies are building new mass collaboration “online” web apps that are basically easy to use and built on wiki platforms.

Semantic Web is an idea that’s often talked by Web 2.0 junkies.  It’s basically the idea of mass collabo

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Web2.0 Expo – Stewart Mader from Wikipatterns Interviewed!

If you don’t know wikis, it might be a good time for you to get familiar as wikis have not been fully utilized as blogs have been. (Before you know it, the world will become a “wiki wiki” world…)

As a wiki fanatic myself as I have built the world’s first-ever MediaWiki based social networking site, I am a collector of any new books related with wikis in general.

One of the books that I haven’t gotten a hold of was,

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Web2.0 Expo 2008 – SpringNote – Wiki-based Online Notes

HeeKyong Yoon from SpringNote.com, was nice enough to chat with me on their cool “wiki” product, SpringNote:

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VAq7Q_LeBI

FYI, SpringNote.com is a subsidiary of NcSoft.com, the creators of legendary online game, Lineage.

Well, I tried out SpringNote, here’s a screenshot:

It’s very simpl

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Beer Stock Market – Internet User Venture Capital!

Hi all,I’ve been busy building this “online stock” market over at SiteHoppin.com.

Go check it out as we just launched it…and I need some rest from 5 straight days of ridiculous coding…

SiteHoppin Beer Stocks are “internet stocks”, we call IUVC (Internet User Venture Capital), that allow you to buy into our new company without having to invest millions, unlike

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WikiLeaks – Wiki for leaked documents

I just found out that WikiLeaks, a Wiki site that collects thousands of leaked documents, had been suspended in the U.S., but the judge just overturned and they are back on.

Anyways, it’s an interesting Wiki site and you should check it out.

The site resumed U.S. operations shortly after 5 p.m. Pacific Coast time. It

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