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post Mon 11th December 2006, 10:01pm
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Wikipedia founder to give away Web hosting
PC World Magazine, Australia - 42 minutes ago
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post Mon 11th December 2006, 10:37pm
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SAN FRANCISCO: Free software is about to get freer. Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales said on Monday his for-profit company, Wikia, is ready to give away —for free — all the software, computing, storage and network access that website builders need to create community collaboration sites.

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post Mon 11th December 2006, 9:41pm
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post Mon 11th December 2006, 7:00pm
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The founder of Wikipedia announced that he planned to give more online power to the people by providing free software and hosting services for collaborative websites.

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post Mon 11th December 2006, 11:20pm
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Wikipedia founder remakes Web publishing economics
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post Mon 11th December 2006, 12:06pm
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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Free software is about to get freer. Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales said on Monday his for-profit company, Wikia Inc., is ready to give away -- for free -- all the software, computing, storage and network access that Web site builders need to create community collaboration sites.

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post Mon 11th December 2006, 7:49pm
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post Mon 11th December 2006, 7:51am
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Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales said on Monday his for-profit company, Wikia Inc., is ready to give away—for free—all the software, computing, storage and network access that Web site builders need to create community collaboration sites.

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post Mon 11th December 2006, 7:45pm
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post Tue 12th December 2006, 1:20am
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Wikipedia founder to share collaborative software
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post Tue 12th December 2006, 1:02am
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SAN FRANCISCO -- The founder of Wikipedia announced on Monday that he planned to give more online power to the people by providing free software and hosting services for collaborative websites.

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post Tue 12th December 2006, 1:53am
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Wikipedia founder to expand model
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post Tue 12th December 2006, 4:09am
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SAN FRANCISCO - The founder of Wikipedia announced on Monday that he planned to give more online power to the people by providing free software and hosting services for collaborative websites.

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post Mon 11th December 2006, 7:17pm
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Wikipedia founder to share
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post Tue 12th December 2006, 7:11am
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Wikia Inc, the commercial arm of the nonprofit organization that runs Wikipedia, announced yesterday the opening of a new free service for hosting any community-sponsored content, such as blogs, social networking or other Web 2.0-like content that promotes interaction.

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post Tue 12th December 2006, 10:05am
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Wikipedia to offer free websites
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post Tue 12th December 2006, 11:15am
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Wikipedia founders open community content site
Computer Business Review, UK - 44 minutes ago
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post Tue 12th December 2006, 11:43am
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The next stage of the experiment that started with Wikipedia is currently being worked on under the heading 'free content for all'.

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post Tue 12th December 2006, 11:12am
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Wikia Inc, the commercial arm of the nonprofit organization that runs Wikipedia, announced yesterday the opening of a new free service for hosting any community-sponsored content, such as blogs, social networking or other Web 2.0-like content that promotes interaction.

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