The folks over at Jot are on a roll this week.

First off is JotLive, which just launched. It's a nice free version of their Wiki product that you can try out just by creating an account. Just playing around with it for a few minutes, you get a feel for how much more usable it is when compared with some of the older Open Source Wiki products (TWiki, for example). If you're using another Wiki regularly, go try it out.

Ken Norton also pinged me to help them beta test another product they might be launching. I can't say what it is yet, but it's very, very cool. I knew right away what I'd use it for if I could have a version behind our corporate firewall. More on that later, I hope...

Posted by jzawodn at September 28, 2005 02:32 PM

Reader Comments
# David A. Mellis said:

I haven't even used it yet, and I love it already. Why? Because they asked me for my username and password, sent me a confirmation email, and _didn't_make_me_login_. Beautiful. Too many sites ask you to immediately retype the username and password you just entered when creating your account. If Jot does everything this well, I'm hooked.

on September 29, 2005 06:32 AM
# grumpY! said:

getting tired of this "i heard this, can't tell you", "saw this, can't tell you" stuff (which you also trotted out in the other "three year plan" story). report facts or just talk about horse racing.

on September 29, 2005 12:24 PM
# ActualSelf said:

Don't listen to grumpY, Jeremy, you are reporting a "fact" -- the fact that you think Jot has something cool in the works. Even if you can't say what it is, that is of value to me -- tells me to keep an eye on them. I appreciate you letting us know whatever you can whenever you can.

on September 29, 2005 03:47 PM
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