Various authors, Mar 17, 2005
Commentary by Stephen Downes

JotSpot is an online wiki application (currently in beta) that can be used by anyone to set up their own wiki. There are some very nice features: a nice WYSIWYG page editor, the capacity to email content to a page, and a set of applications that can be plugged in to pages. Great stuff. As an example of JotSpot in action, see Lawrence Lessig's communal rewriting of Code and Other Laws on a JotSpot wiki. I have created my own version of a JotSpot wiki and set the permisions to allow anybody to edit pages, add pages, or do whatever, so feel free to give it a test run. Alan Levine also comments.
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