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===Home educators' blikis===
===Home educators' blikis===

Revision as of 10:41, 31 July 2007

Blikis in the schome community wiki

Blikis about the Schome community

  • The schome community history - tells (part of) the story of how schome developed (feel free to add any key events)
  • The schome techy bliki - tells the story of how we developed the technical infrastructure to support the schome community (and identifies/discusses lots of different collaborative/communications technologies)

Blikis about Second Life

Home educators' blikis

Other blikis

What is a bliki?

A bliki is like a blog - only it's a wiki. Actually this makes it very different to a blog:

Blogs are
  • written by one main person (no one else can edit that person's entries), but other folk can add comments
  • always in chronological order (you cannot choose the structure)
Blikis are
  • written by as many people as want to contribute (anyone who is logged in can edit anyone else's entries)
  • don't have to be in chronological order (though of course this is what really makes them into blikis - if they weren't in chronological order they'd be wikis)

(This definition is ours for this site; of course there are many examples of collaboratively written blogs elsewhere.)

Want to start your own bliki?

If you are registered with the schome wiki you will automatically have been allocated your own userpage. If you are logged in to the schome wiki then you can always get to your own userpage by clicking on your username which appears at the top of every page in the schome wiki (just under the browser menu bars).

You can turn your userpage into a bliki by starting each new entry with a title which contains the date and some information about the subject of that entry. New entries should come at the top. Don't forget to add your bliki to the list at the top of this page.

Alternatively, if you don't want to use your userpage in this way, then edit this page:

  • add a link to a new (non-existent) page to the list of blikis at the top of this page
  • save your changes
  • click on the link you just created and start to edit your new bliki.