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Does the Wiki replace web design?
please answer the question above in the discussion page.....
i asked a question on my
iWeb Electronic Portfolio
....which drove me crazy for about 40 min before i remembered how to fetch the updated html up to my county's webserver....cursing under my breath in high school Russian (don't ask!) i was wondering why i couldn't remember how to DO it as smoothly and the answer came to me...ever since NECC last summer i've been going Wiki-crazy! all my published pieces have gone here or my other wiki's (see navigator bar) and not on traditional web pages...so it lead me to ask....
as a web 2.0 technology educator have we moved past web design software packages and are “dumbing it down” for ease of posting by being so wiki-centric? or does it make total sense to be fast with our delivery, offer a chance for discussion and collaborative creation?
to give your thoughts!
and yes, wiki web pages are NOT perfect...they're not as pretty or as flexible with design etc....
but for quick & dirty web publishing ...it's the best!
just came back from the MICCA conference las week and not ONE of the savvy presenters that i saw used a traditional webpage to share their links and info...they were ALL WIKI PAGES!!!! from Kathy Schrock to Will Richardson...each one was wiki-centric.....Hmmmmmmm
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