Another hero on video. This time Ward Cunningham, the inventor of the WikiWikiWeb, interviewed by John Gage of Sun Microsystems at the Computer History Museum. As well as Wiki, Ward discusses other key developments, such as Class-Resources-Collaboration (CRC) cards, Software Design Patterns and Extreme Programming.
While doing some vaguely formulated research today (it is a Bank Holiday so vagueness is allowed!), I did a search for Wiki on [Google video](http://video.google.co.uk/videosearch?q=wiki) today and came across this video of a presentation by Jeremy Ruston (developer of [TiddlyWiki](http://www.tiddlywiki.com/)) recorded (I believe – the video description is a bit unclear) at a meeting on social software held in Vienna last year. You can’t see the slides, but it is clear that, for documentation, Jeremy has no love for the standard office tools and makes a good case for [wikis](http://www.c2.com/cgi/wiki?WhyWikiWorks) and in particular TiddlyWiki.
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