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2answers
911 views

What's the better OCR software? [closed]

I'm using tesseract-ocr for a long time, but, it doesn't work so well. I found this site (http://www.onlineocr.net/default.aspx) that works great. Someone knew another OCR software, maybe free?
1
vote
4answers
358 views

What wiki software comes most recommended? [closed]

So I am wondering what is considered the 'best' wiki software. I am looking for things like current support (i.e. Flexwiki is a good product but it hasn't been updated in two years), a large user ...
0
votes
2answers
240 views

Make a single page a wiki-style editable using PHP

Are there any lightweight PHP solutions out there for making a single page editable by anyone who views it? Update: and I don't mean like TiddlyWiki.
2
votes
2answers
178 views

Offline editable and mergeable wiki [closed]

I'm looking for a wiki software which allows me to store wiki pages on a server (basic wiki functionality) store a local copy on my computer edit my local content, and then merge my changes back to ...
3
votes
6answers
2k views

Personal wiki on usb / the cloud?

I'm looking for a personal wiki that can be installed on an usb stick and (more importantly) somewhere on the cloud (dropbox). I've looked at the Wiki Matrix, but I really don't care that much about ...
16
votes
12answers
2k views

Recommendations for Internal Wiki [closed]

I'm looking at implementing a wiki for internal business use. The users are technically adept, so does anyone have a recommendation as to what wiki system to use? Cheers!
14
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8answers
854 views

What is a good wiki/collaboration tool for non-technical users? [closed]

As a technical person, I find wikis are a great tool for collaborating and organizing information. The instantly shared, accessible, revision/version tracked, and interlinked nature of the ...