Qwiki, a revolutionary new search tool that enables you to discover more about a variety of topics through a unique and transformative audiovisual reference tool that we call a 'Qwiki'. Their mission is to provide a new way of searching for, and receiving information and content.
Wikirank shows you what people are reading on Wikipedia. ItΓÇÖs based on the actual usage data from the Wikipedia servers, which the Wikimedia foundation makes available as a public service. Wikirank take that data, process it, and give it back to you in a format thatΓÇÖs easy to use and share. Wikirank reveals emerging trends, and lets you embed relevant charts in blog posts and on social media sites.
The Knol project is a site that hosts many knols &mdash; units of knowledge &mdash; written about various subjects. The authors of the knols can take credit for their writing, provide credentials, and elicit peer reviews and comments. Users can provide feedback, comments, and related information. So the Knol project is a platform for sharing information, with multiple cues that help you evaluate the quality and veracity of information.
ClearWiki is a private wiki for your business, accessible only by people that you invite. It is hosted by ClearWiki, so there is nothing for you to install or maintain. ClearWiki is feature rich, yet extremely intuitive and easy to use. Your users don't need to learn a special wiki language. Navigating through your information is very easy.
No need to study wiki markup or to work with a designer. What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get editing is performed in your browser. Edit your pages online just the way you would in a regular word processor. Nuospace is available in two forms: as a hosted service available on the web, and as a standalone software for Intranet installation.
PBwiki Small Business Edition is perfect for small businesses and small teams/groups in larger companies looking for an easy, secure way to collaborate at work. Plus, you can make and use a PBwiki as easy as a peanut butter sandwich &ndash; no IT required.
ProjectOffice.net is an online project management solution used by professionals and teams to manage and collaborate on projects successfully. With ProjectOffice.net project managers can create projects and tasks, assign tasks to project members, track time, expenses and issues. The entire project team can collaborate and share knowledge using wikis.
Springnote is a service that has captured the essence of wiki. It works as a representative service of the web as a platform and the writable web. It has an easy Springnote editor with plug-ins and templates and it's simple to create various mashups using the Open API.
WikiMindMap is a tool to browse easily and efficiently in Wiki content, inspired by the mindmap technique. Wiki pages in large public wiki's, such as wikipedia, have become rich and complex documents. Thus, it is not always straight forward to find the information you are really looking for. This tool aims to support users to get a good structured and easy understandable overview of the topic you are looking for.
ListAfterlList allows people to quickly and easily create and share lists of all types and subjects. Whether it&rsquo;s lists of bests, worsts, how-to, facts, opinions and more you can find thousands of lists covering over twenty broad-based categories including news, sports, politics, entertainment, travel, autos, jobs, love, local, and money (to name just a few.) Anyone can see and share lists with friends, and Listers can create their own personal lists as well as collaborate on all wiki lists.
Vidipedia is the first wiki on the internet to feature unlimited, streaming video as a media option. Users can edit any page or video they like, creating an organized archive of digital media.
CogMap is the Wikipedia of organization charts. An organization chart wiki! This means that it is a collection of organization charts online that anyone can edit, add to, and help maintain. CogMap is a tool for sales people, entrepreneurs, and recruiters to understand organizations and keep information up to date.
EditMe is a wiki hosting service that empowers non-technical users to quickly and easily build and host irresistibly editable web sites. EditMe is great for use as a wiki, personal web site, company intranet, collaboration site, or blog. Don't take our word for it - read some Customer Testimonials.
Netcipia specializes in participative web technologies. Netcipia is the first participative suite available on the Internet. For its first beta version, Netcipia gives you both a blog and a wiki in a single package, accessible through the same interface, with the same great tools and features. 2GB of data, 100% free unlimited time.
Wetpaint powers websites that tap the power of collaborative thinking. The heart of the Wetpaint advantage is its ability to allow anyone, especially those without technical skill to create and contribute to websites written for and by those who share a passion or interest. To do this, Wetpaint combines the best aspects of wikis, blogs, forums and social networks so anyone can click and type on the web.