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on November 19, 2009
A must have guide for anyone thinking of starting a wiki. Chatfield does a good job of introducing wikis and the many uses they have. While most of us are familiar with Wikipedia, one of the biggest wikis out there, the author introduces a wide variety of other uses for this powerful tool.
This book covers everything you need to know to start a wiki, from setup to organization to maintenance. Beginners and experts alike will benefit from this in-depth guide. Whether you are starting a wiki for your local sports league, your cousins wedding or a business project, you will want to read this guide first.