You can view a new free sample from Alan J. Porter’s new book, WIKI: Grow Your Own for Fun and Profit. The sample is one of the five cases studies in the book, Case Study 5: XML Press.
This case study describes how the book was developed using a wiki for writing, […]
Alan Porter’s new book, WIKI: Grow Your Own for Fun and Profit, is getting strong early reviews. Here are a few samples:
From Tom Johnson
Alan Porter’s WIKI: Grow Your Own for Fun and Profit, published by XML Press in October 2010, provides an excellent introduction to wikis.
Alan has a keen sense of […]
You can view a free chapter titled, 10 Questions: A Checklist, from Alan J. Porter’s new book, WIKI: Grow Your Own for Fun and Profit. This chapter outlines the 10 questions you should ask before you start to implement your wiki.
Porter’s book takes you through the full life cycle of a wiki implementation, […]
Today is the official release date for Alan Porter’s WIKI: Grow Your Own for Fun and Profit, which is now available through online retailers and bookstores.
While most books on wikis look at the technology, WIKI addresses the truly difficult questions corporations are asking about wikis: What is a wiki good for? How can […]
Alan Porter’s new book, WIKI: Grow Your Own for Fun and Profit, is available for pre-order at Barnes & Noble. The book now includes five case studies that show how wikis are helping companies interact with customers, improve internal communication, and reduce costs.
The release date is October 13, at the XML […]
Alan J. Porter, author of the forthcoming book, WIKI: Grow Your Own for Fun and Profit, has just published an article titled, Wikis in the workplace: a practical introduction at ars technica. Here is the beginning of the article.
When times get tough and belts get tight, one of the first things […]
Looking for a way to increase team collaboration, manage your company’s knowledge, manage projects with customers or suppliers, or give customers a better path for feedback?
If so, a wiki might be just what you need.
Alan J. Porter’s forthcoming book, WIKI: Grow Your Own for Fun and Profit, will […]
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