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 +Maybe a distinction needs to be made
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 +Corporate website - fairly static
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 +Intranet site - changes occasionally
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 +Wiki - very frequent changes
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 +As data matures, maybe as a result of a design process (or a refining process) the data becomes complete and can then be made available on more static sites. The wiki being the tool for creation and frequent modification during the design phase\\
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 +Posted by metzlert at Nov 21, 2007 21:22
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 +While the comment about not understanding the nature of thought may be apt in some circumstances,​ it's also true that websites don't only represent thought, especially its critical and/or imaginative dimensions.
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 +They also represent policies and decisions, and these generally need to be portrayed as finalised statements, as in the traditional form of publishing embodied in a corporate website or intranet site.
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 +The more common mistake, however, is to assume that ALL information is of this type, when in fact the vast majority is not.
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 +The challenge is changing attitudes sufficiently to have an open discussion about which documents fall into which categories, and how to keep the more static documents in touch with the critical/​creative attitude of the wiki through a process like the one metzlert suggests.
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 +Posted by Justin Tauber at Dec 20, 2007 19:43
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 +I am running into this for a grassroots organization I am starting at my global software company. One of the main benefits that I see for wikis with my group is a low adoption barrier and easy maintenence. With company intranets especially, very few people have access to contribute or alter content, and they are not usually saavy designers or information delivery people. With a wiki users don't need alot of training to get up and running.
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 +Posted by Alys Longworth at May 02, 2008 17:57
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 +Another version of this is the SharePoint Hooligan...
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 +Posted by gchutrau at Oct 01, 2008 02:41
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 +They also represent policies and decisions, and these generally need to be portrayed as finalised statements, as in the traditional form of publishing embodied in a corporate website or intranet site.
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 +Posted by Daniel at Nov 19, 2009 23:47; last updated at Nov 23, 2009 12:51 by barconati
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