Tuesday, June 21, 2005
See the sidebar link in the above blog site which connects to its parallel as a web page. The web page in turn has a link to its blog site. At the blog site readers can use the comments link to discuss each section. The author or authors of both sites having the passwords to both would keep these two parallel, building on the feedback and re-weaving it into the section of the web page essay and re-editing the original blog posting. Revisions to the web page would come after consensus formed in the posting at the blog site. The web page provides a streamlined printout or reading without the distractions of the comment and date data. The web page also provides more secure control of the developing document than with a wiki, but slows down the evolution of the more comprehensive document. The comments section of the blog provides a way to track, remember and negotiate each heading section of the document. This has interesting implications for group editing of policy statements, manuals, and grant and curriculum development.
It would also be possible to create a troika, a three way partnership of blog, wiki and web.
I will post other examples of these tandem and troika concept as I have them.
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