Jot Spot Wiki kicks ass… (Live from Web 2.0 conference in San Fran)

Sean and I are reporting live from Web 2.0 in San Fran at http://web20.weblogsinc.com

jot at web20

Following up on Jot.com (“Jot Spot”) presentation that Sean just blogged here are some photos, notes and an MP3 of the presentation.

Jot is a web based serviced that calls itself an application Wiki.

Cool features:

WYSIWYG editor. (the presenter dissed to SocialText for no editor)
File Upload.
WORD document preview in HTML with document management.
You can CC: you wiki via email. Very cool.
You can add comments to a page.
There are page by page rights.
Jot let’s you setup forms in wiki pages.
Jot let’s you to pull in a google and yahoo searches into the wiki. Very slick.

Finally they showed a cool demo of Salesforce.com integration in which every company in your Salesforce.com account is replicated to your Wiki.

Bottom line: Wiki space is getting hot. Not sure how big a business this will be. Wiki’s feel like “light” versions of Lotus Notes, and frankly this software can be built by anyone in a short period of time. Commodity business if there ever was one.

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