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Croziervision
18 August 2005
Introducing the Croziervision Wiki

As I mentioned a couple of posts ago I have been working on a little project recently.  And this is it – the Croziervision Wiki.

I’ve long wanted something that goes into greater depth than the average blog posting, something that could explain what I think and why I think it, and something that could be updated in the light of new thoughts (or old thoughts long forgotten) and new information.  The only problem has been the lack of suitable software.  MediaWiki isn’t quite perfect but it is near enough to test the concept, which, in case you were in any doubt, I think is a goer.

It’s far from complete – indeed, I doubt if it ever will be – there’ll always be something to add, but the key thing is that the structure is there and it can be built on.

Do feel free to leave comments either here or on the discussion pages (warning- you’ll have to log in first but that’s easy-peasy).  If I use anything full credit will, of course, be given.  You will discover that it is possible to edit pages but it’s probably best if you don’t unless you can live with having every last comma deleted.

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  1. Cool! Didn’t realise this would be a personal statement as opposed to speaking about ‘what libertarians believe’. This is an excellent idea.

    I have something similar, though private, on jot.com - but it’s non-political and purely centres on work/personal matters and goals. (I’ll make it public when I’m ready.) I can see people actually turning to this sort of thing in greater numbers - plonk the URL on your CV, on your email signature, on the sidebar of your blog and save a lot of people a lot of time and effort. Help people to meet your mind before they meet you, in a much more concise way than any blog can offer.

    (I’ve made a small edit already -  couldn’t resist.)

    Posted by Jackie on 18 August 2005 at 01:21pm

  2. A excellent piece of work Patrick.

    Posted by Mark Holland on 24 August 2005 at 03:00am

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