Collaboration Tools I Have Loved

<ed.note>It occurs to me I need a post to record the tools I cite again and again. I hope to expand this over time.</ed.note>

Today's entries sponsored by the letters "B", "C" and "W":

Wave (Preview)

http://wave.google.com/


Web Conferencing

http://www.DimDim.com

http://www.gotomeeting.com

http://www.webex.com

Wikis

MediaWiki with PurpleNumbers Examples

http://colab.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl/ (fedgov)

http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl/ (ontologists)

Sematic MediaWiki (Paul Allen backs some of Ontoprise's work, if I'm recalling correctly)

http://smwforum.ontoprise.com/smwforum/index.php/Webinars/Schedule_of_webinars#Session_1:_Using_SMW.2B_for_project_management

Blogs

* Open Source

** Links under construction 

LiveJournal, Movable Type, TypePad, and VOX (Six Apart)
WordPress*

Content Management Systems

Dokuwiki**
DotNetNuke**
Drupal**
Joomla**
PHPFusion**
PMWiki**
PostNuke**

Stuff not to forget to include:

Micro-blogging Platforms

Identi.ca

http://webconf.soaphub.org/conf/room

Twitter.com

Yammer.com

Note: cmsmatrix.org

One Comment

  1. Those are very good tools, however, in many cases those platforms are used just to allow the team to review the same document together in real-time and “be on the same page”. The recently launched free site http://www.showdocument.com does exactly that, quickly show documents to friends and colleagues. It allows Web meeting and co-browsing on any document, user uploads a document and invites friends to view it with him live All the participants in the session see each others’ drawing, highlights, etc.
    Josh

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