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Comment by Giora Ketter on October 22, 2008 at 6:25am
Thank you Gavin for your comment.
This video was posted in order to demonstrate the perception of collaboration and the need for sharing of inforamation. The Wiki is one example of a technological platform which anables to do so.

As for your question, I'm not sure about the answer. Yet, any text editing in Wiki is saved as a version. So, I believe it is possible to see the original text / newsletter etc.
Comment by Gavin Wilson on October 20, 2008 at 12:09pm
A good intro to wikis, but I didn't spot much about its CI relevance! My experience of wikis is that they're great for compiling reference material, and they're not bad for creating newsletters. However, the problem comes when you want to use the news material as a feed into the reference wiki. Transclusion, as in Mediawiki, enables you to put the same text in two places. But over time you will want to condense the text and change verb tenses in the reference wiki -- without, ideally, changing the text of the original newsletter. How?!

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