Yesterday Web 2.0 cheerleader Blake Burris led a discussion at StarTech about Web 2.0 and some of the key elements that make it interesting. It was pretty well attended and I think that most of the guys there learned something from the session.
I had heard much of it before in past firehose settings with Blake, but yesterday a new spark was ignited around helping to reduce some of the friction in the young, start-up community here in Dallas.
So, pursuant with Web 2.0 values, I immediately went out to PB Wiki and setup my first Wiki about this still nascent idea. I feel sooo web-two-point-oh. I was impressed with the simplicity of setting up a basic page, but not with the design and UI of what the end product looks like. A Wiki is a simple, content management-driven page creation tool that allows you to very, very simply, create an OPEN set of web pages that can be easily updated by the author or (if set to "public") others.
It was a good experience overall, and I am sure it will prove to be a good place to hash out the plan for 50kFridays......stay tuned.