I love it! How's that for starters? I make this comment as I look at my desk area full of course work, travel plans, church committee notes, etc. The anxiety associated with the demands of everyday life can become quite overwhelming. Some left-handed person hit the jackpot with this effective and efficient technology tool. I say that biasly and with no intent to initiate a left/right brain debate.
As I gain better understanding of wikis, I find myself brainstorming ways to use them with my students as well as incorporate them in my everyday life. A few of my girlfriends and I are planning a beach trip. Using a wiki would be a great way to collaborate every aspect of our trip, while eliminating excessive emails and or detailed that could be easily overlooked. Here, we could brainstorm ideas together; then post the results to a page that can be constantly modified by as we cover our agenda.
Educators can collaborate ideas as in a faculty meeting. Students can work cooperatively on various activities and stay abreast of updates by watching the "recent changes." The benefits are unparallel from school to corporate America.
Whether you're a novice or experienced user of wikis, I'd like to know your thoughts as to how you're incorporating wikis in your profession and/or personal life.