As a long-time contributor to the Wikipedia, I have been interested in Wikis for a while. I read in today about a new real-time collaboration tool from JotSpot.

JotSpot Live is a web-based Wiki application designed for live group note taking, allowing users to write text and edit what others write – ideal (they say) for group brainstorming sessions, virtual meetings and building agendas. Such a tool hopefully offers much more chance of getting a set of meeting notes that everyone agrees with, while each individual’s key learning points could be highlighted and shared with other participants. Sounds cool.

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