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Socialtext's Miki mobile wiki

I was chatting with Ross Mayfield, CEO of SocialText at Software 2006 yesterday, checking out his company's new Miki--what he calls the first mobile wiki--on his Nokia N90 phone. It's wikis 'to go,' optimized for any mobile Web browser and users collaborating on projects anytime, anywhere.
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I was chatting with Ross Mayfield, CEO of SocialText at Software 2006 yesterday, checking out his company's new Miki--what he calls the first mobile wiki--on his Nokia N90 phone. It's wikis 'to go,' optimized for any mobile Web browser and users collaborating on projects anytime, anywhere. Miki is included in any Socialtext edition, which include Personal (free for five users) to Professional ($95 for 20 users) to Enterprise (Appliance deployments start at $9,995). Ross thinks that the free Personal Miki edition could serve as a "private notepad" from the cloud to your pocket. Miki is part of a growing trend--increasingly, the full spectrum of social and collaborative software is becoming device agnostic, blurring the lines between fixed and mobile usage and personal and business use.

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