Bloggers' Euro conference embraces esprit de corps

Tebbutt, David
May 2005
Information World Review;May2005, Issue 213, p8
Trade Publication
Highlights the LesBlogs & Social Software conference held in Paris, France in April 2005. Growth of the conference wiki; Comparison of wikis with weblogs; Correlation of the open software with the construction industry according to Doc Searls, senior editor of the "Linux Journal." INSET: LESBLOGS TALKS UP SOCIAL SOFTWARE.


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