Revision history for WikiWord


Revision [12946]

Last edited on 2013-03-06 08:33:47 by JakeFord
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WikiWord makes life on the Wiki generally much easier. Instead of going through the bowels/CMS of the site to make a new page, you just type it in and the opportunity to start a new page is there. The downside of the Wiki word is that there are some words (usually proper nouns/names of things) that we may use that are already formed like Wiki words. Say you're writing about hockey and you want to write about Phil Kessel and James VanRiemsdyk--there will be a VanRiemsdyk page made automatically (even if you don't want there to be), but there won't be one for Kessel unless you combine his first and last names. In Weblogs and Wikis, this could happen frequently with WordPress. It is not require to create the page, but the link will still be there and can throw the reader off a little bit.
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WikiWord makes life on the Wiki generally much easier. Instead of going through the bowels/CMS of the site to make a new page, you just type it in and the opportunity to start a new page is there. The downside of the Wiki word is that there are some words (usually proper nouns/names of things) that we may use that are already formed like Wiki words. Say you're writing about hockey and you want to write about Phil Kessel and James VanRiemsdyk--there will be a VanRiemsdyk page made automatically (even if you don't want there to be), but there won't be one for Kessel unless you combine his first and last names. In Weblogs and Wikis, this could happen frequently with WordPress.


Revision [12945]

Edited on 2013-03-06 08:33:02 by JakeFord
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WikiWord makes life on the Wiki generally much easier. Instead of going through the bowels/CMS of the site to make a new page, you just type it in and the opportunity to start a new page is there. The downside of the Wiki word is that there are some words (usually proper nouns/names of things) that we may use that are already formed like Wiki words. Say you're writing about hockey and you want to write about Phil Kessel and James VanRiemsdyk--there will be a VanRiemsdyk page made automatically (even if you don't want there to be), but there won't be one for Kessel unless you combine his first and last names. In Weblogs and Wikis, this could happen frequently with WordPress.
JakeFord


Revision [12907]

Edited on 2013-03-06 01:00:25 by JordonMalm
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Because a WikiWord is also a topic, some care can be taken in creating them. The WikiWord will be used in sentences and in a variety of contexts, so phrasing matters. To simply say that SomeoneIsACompleteAss would be hard to work into a structured academic sentence, however, if you were to start with SomeonesName from there is where you can branch out and create other wikis about said person or topic. The context a page starts out with is a web link and has endless possibilities; you just need to start it off. The WikiWord then becomes, over time, a CommonPlace of the wiki: a label for a space of knowledge.
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Because a WikiWord is also a topic, some care can be taken in creating them. The WikiWord will be used in sentences and in a variety of contexts, so phrasing matters. To simply say that SomeoneIsACompleteAss would be hard to work into a structured acedemic sentence, however, if you were to start with SomeonesName from there is where you can branch out and create other wikis about said person or topic. The context a page starts out with is a web link and has endless possibilities; you just need to start it off. The WikiWord then becomes, over time, a CommonPlace of the wiki: a label for a space of knowledge.


Revision [12906]

Edited on 2013-03-05 23:18:16 by RyanHeilman
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WikiWord is also an important part of keeping topics from overlapping. If TopicB is somewhat related to TopicA, it is often more helpful to link to TopicB and give it its own page, rather than to have a sub-section on TopicA's page about TopicB. In addition to keeping TopicA's page clean and concise, TopicB's page could contain a link to TopicC, and so on
RyanHeilman


Revision [12905]

Edited on 2013-03-05 22:38:00 by RyanHeilman
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Because a WikiWord is also a topic, some care can be taken in creating them. The WikiWord will be used in sentences and in a variety of contexts, so phrasing matters. To simply say that SomeoneIsACompleteAss would be hard to work into a structured acedemic sentence, however, if you were to start with SomeonesName from there is where you can branch out and create other wikis about said person or topic. The context a page starts out with is a web link and has endless possibilities; you just need to start it off. The WikiWord then becomes, over time, a CommonPlace of the wiki: a label for a space of knowledge.
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Because a WikiWord is also a topic, some care can be taken in creating them. The WikiWord will be used in sentences and in a variety of contexts, so phrasing matters. To simply say that SomeoneIsACompleteAss would be hard to work into a structured acedemic sentence, however, if you were to start with SomeonesName from there is where you can branch out and create other wikis about said person or topic. The context a page starts out with is a web link has endless possibilities, you just need to start it off. The WikiWord then becomes, over time, a CommonPlace of the wiki: a label for a space of knowledge.


Revision [12772]

Edited on 2013-03-03 08:58:00 by MorganAdmin
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=== Constructing WikiWord s===
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==Constructing WikiWord s==


Revision [12230]

Edited on 2012-07-06 08:47:34 by MorganAdmin
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CategoryWikiHandbook CategoryWritingTheWiki
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CategoryWikiHandbook CategoryWritingTheWikiText


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Edited on 2012-07-06 08:47:25 by MorganAdmin
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CategoryWikiHandbook CategoryWritingTheWikiText
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CategoryWikiHandbook


Revision [11332]

Edited on 2012-02-23 06:12:30 by AmandaPearson
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Because a WikiWord is also a topic, some care can be taken in creating them. The WikiWord will be used in sentences and in a variety of contexts, so phrasing matters. To simply say that SomeoneIsACompleteAss would be hard to work into a structured acedemic sentence, however, if you were to start with SomeonesName from there is where you can branch out and create other wikis about said person or topic. The context a page starts out with is a web link has endless possibilities, you just need to start it off. The WikiWord then becomes, over time, a CommonPlace of the wiki: a label for a space of knowledge.
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Because a WikiWord is also a topic, some care can be taken in creating them. The WikiWord will be used in sentences and in a variety of contexts, so phrasing matters [''we need more here leading to ... '']] The WikiWord becomes, over time, a CommonPlace of the wiki: a label for a space of knowledge.


Revision [10782]

Edited on 2012-02-08 05:48:51 by MorganAdmin
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Bang two or more words together using InterMedialCapitalization (CamelCase) to create a WikiWord. The WikiWord is the name of a topic, which is also a page, with a link - and topical writing is what wikis are all about because, unlike weblogs and Twitter and WordProcessors et al, WikiSupportsTopicalWriting.
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Bang two or more words together using InterMedialCaps (CamelCase) to create a WikiWord. The WikiWord is the name of a topic, which is also a page, with a link - and topical writing is what wikis are all about because, unlike weblogs and Twitter and WordProcessors et al, WikiSupportsTopicalWriting.


Revision [10781]

Edited on 2012-02-08 05:48:30 by MorganAdmin
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Bang two or more words together using InterMedialCaps (CamelCase) to create a WikiWord. The WikiWord is the name of a topic, which is also a page, with a link - and topical writing is what wikis are all about because, unlike weblogs and Twitter and WordProcessors et al, WikiSupportsTopicalWriting.
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Bang two or more words together using InterMedialCapitalization (CamelCase) to create a WikiWord. The WikiWord is the name of a topic, which is also a page, with a link - and topical writing is what wikis are all about because, unlike weblogs and Twitter and WordProcessors et al, WikiSupportsTopicalWriting.


Revision [10780]

Edited on 2012-02-08 05:47:58 by MorganAdmin
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Bang two or more words together using InterMedialCapitalization (CamelCase) to create a WikiWord. The WikiWord is the name of a topic, which is also a page, with a link - and topical writing is what wikis are all about because, unlike weblogs and Twitter and WordProcessors et al, WikiSupportsTopicalWriting.
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Bang two or more words together to create WikiWord. The WikiWord is the name of a topic, which is also a page, with a link - and topical writing is what wikis are all about because WikiSupportsTopicalWriting.


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Edited on 2012-02-08 05:46:40 by MorganAdmin
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Bang two or more words together to create WikiWord. The WikiWord is the name of a topic, which is also a page, with a link - and topical writing is what wikis are all about because WikiSupportsTopicalWriting.
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Bang two or more words togther and you get a WikiWord. The WikiWord is the name of a topic, and topical writing is what wikis are all about because WikiSupportsTopicalWriting.
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Revision [9177]

Edited on 2010-07-11 14:26:00 by MorganAdmin
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CategoryWikiHandbook


Revision [3992]

Edited on 2008-02-24 11:29:13 by MorganAdmin
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Because a WikiWord is also a topic, some care can be taken in creating them. The WikiWord will be used in sentences and in a variety of contexts, so phrasing matters [''we need more here leading to ... '']] The WikiWord becomes, over time, a CommonPlace of the wiki: a label for a space of knowledge.
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Because a WikiWord is also a topic, some care can be taken in creating them. The WikiWord will be used in sentences and in a variety of contexts, so phrasing matters [''we need more here'' leading to ... this ]] The WikiWord becomes, over time, a CommonPlace of the wiki: a label for a space of knowledge.


Revision [3991]

Edited on 2008-02-24 11:29:01 by MorganAdmin
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Because a WikiWord is also a topic, some care can be taken in creating them. The WikiWord will be used in sentences and in a variety of contexts, so phrasing matters [''we need more here'' leading to ... this ]] The WikiWord becomes, over time, a CommonPlace of the wiki: a label for a space of knowledge.
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Because a WikiWord is also a topic, some care can be taken in creating them. The WikiWord will be used in sentences and in a variety of contexts, so phrasing matters [''more here'' leading to]] The WikiWord becomes, over time, a CommonPlace of the wiki: a label for a space of knowledge.


Revision [3990]

Edited on 2008-02-24 11:28:29 by MorganAdmin
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Because a WikiWord is also a topic, some care can be taken in creating them. The WikiWord will be used in sentences and in a variety of contexts, so phrasing matters [''more here'' leading to]] The WikiWord becomes, over time, a CommonPlace of the wiki: a label for a space of knowledge.
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Because a WikiWord is also a topic, some care can be taken in creating them. Keep in mind that the WikiWord will be used in sentences and in a variety of contexts. In this, the WikiWord becomes, over time, a CommonPlace of the wiki.


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Edited on 2008-02-24 11:27:21 by MorganAdmin
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==Constructing WikiWord s==
Because a WikiWord is also a topic, some care can be taken in creating them. Keep in mind that the WikiWord will be used in sentences and in a variety of contexts. In this, the WikiWord becomes, over time, a CommonPlace of the wiki.


Revision [3940]

Edited on 2008-02-24 09:53:03 by MorganAdmin
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===== Wiki Word =====
So
- GettingStarted
- WikiStructure
- GainingAnAudience
- EncouragingParticipation
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Wiki Word
GettingStarted
WikiStructure
GainingAnAudience
EncouragingParticipation


Revision [3921]

Edited on 2008-02-24 09:31:46 by MorganAdmin
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Bang two or more words togther and you get a WikiWord. The WikiWord is the name of a topic, and topical writing is what wikis are all about because WikiSupportsTopicalWriting.
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Bang two or more words togther and you get a WikiWord. The WikiWord is the name of a topic, and topical writing is what wikis are all about because WikisSupportTopicalWriting.


Revision [3920]

Edited on 2008-02-24 09:30:56 by MorganAdmin
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Bang two or more words togther and you get a WikiWord. The WikiWord is the name of a topic, and topical writing is what wikis are all about because WikisSupportTopicalWriting.
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Bang two or more words togther and you get a WikiWord. The WikiWord is the name of a topic, and topical writing is what wikis are all about: WikiSupportTopicalWriting.


Revision [3919]

Edited on 2008-02-24 09:30:39 by MorganAdmin
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Bang two or more words togther and you get a WikiWord. The WikiWord is the name of a topic, and topical writing is what wikis are all about: WikiSupportTopicalWriting.
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Bang two or more words togther and you get a WikiWord. The WikiWord is the name of a topic, and topical writing is what wikis are all about.


Revision [3918]

Edited on 2008-02-24 09:29:37 by MorganAdmin
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Wiki Word
Bang two or more words togther and you get a WikiWord. The WikiWord is the name of a topic, and topical writing is what wikis are all about.


Revision [3683]

Edited on 2008-02-18 10:35:57 by BethJensen
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GainingAnAudience
EncouragingParticipation


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The oldest known version of this page was created on 2008-02-18 10:34:37 by BethJensen
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