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Bloki, a new Zapatec service

From: Dror Matalon <dror(at)zapatec(dot)com>
To: SF ostgres <sfpug(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Bloki, a new Zapatec service
Date: 2003-04-04 19:28:02
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Hi folks,

Thought we let you know about our latest, newest, greatest, coolest
offering, Bloki.  


Bloki is a Web site on which you can create Web pages, right in your
browser, with no additional software required. Think of it as a word
processor for the Web. 

What is it good for?

With Bloki, you can collaborate on shared documents. Write a
document and have others mark it up with their comments, or
collaborate with others on the same document. You control who sees
what and who gets to change your pages.

You and people in your group can annotate Web pages with
pop-up notes. To the outside world the notes are invisible;
only people in your group can see, add, and update the notes.
You can use Bloki as a Web authoring tool. It's a simple
way to create Web pages on the fly without having to learn
about uploads, FTP, WebDav, etc.

To create web pages you need
	* Internet Explorer 5.5 or later (Windows)
	* Mozilla 1.3 or later.

The created web pages are viewable in any browser.

Some additional features:

  * Upload images into your pages
	* Apply different templates to your pages to get different look and
	* Keeps track of previous versions of your page
	* Locks pages while you're editing them

We think it's really cool, and while I realize that most of you are 
too technical for something like this, I think you'll find it helpful
when you want to get something up and running quickly or have other
people ask you to help them out with setting a web site up.

Please give it a try and tell us what you think.



Dror Matalon
Zapatec Inc
1700 MLK Way
Berkeley, CA 94709

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