Create content, link pages and webs, and grow your wiki
Set up your own wiki for personal or business use
So you want to wiki? This friendly guide gets you up and running in the wiki world in no time, from creating and editing wiki pages and going public to handling maintenance, promotion, and project management. You'll see how to handle the hurdles of shared authorship, use structured wiki applications, and prepare for the wikis of the future.
Invite others to your wiki
Add images, video, and other widgets
Use a wiki in your business
Choose your wiki engine
Secure your wiki
Dan Woods, an early adopter of wikis, has built technology for companies ranging from Time, Inc. to TheStreet.com and has written many books about technology. Peter Thoeny, the founder of TWiki, invented the concept of structured wikis and is a recognized thought-leader in social software and wikis at the workplace.
Book starts from the beginning, and takes from history to putting things on Wiki. It is a really easy to follow guide.Published on August 14, 2012 by kirker
Put on a wiki assignment at work, the Dummies again save the day where all the other resources I had were clear as mud.Published on April 22, 2011 by GH
Wikis For Dummies This is a good book if you are looking for a guide to get started. It covers the basics for starting the Wiki process and explains different ways one can use a... Read morePublished on August 31, 2010 by Lisa L. Demoret
The book is like an encyclopedia for Wikis (dare I say a wikipedia)... History and information. This is probably the best book I have bought on the topic in the last year. Read morePublished on August 26, 2009 by George Dechant
The first book I picked up to help me learn about wikis. A great place for anyone to get started learning about wikis.Published on December 27, 2008 by Cindy Krueger