Quote: “In other words, I realized that a weblog could be a useful tool for personal knowledge management as well as for public communication.”
It’s cool to think of the potential of weblogs as student notebooks, easily searchable, chock full of information from class work and outside reading. Homework repositories, communications with teachers and mentors, etc. all in one place. But the author is right when he goes on to discuss the limits of organizing and publishing this information.
BTW, is there a way currently to make some of Manila public and some not???
Tim Merritt says
Hi Will – we just got our Frontier server on OS X running, and we’re making test blogs. You can make individual Manila sites private, but I don’t think you can privatize – so to speak – part of a site. go to Prefs > Editorial and scroll down to Site Access: “Do you want access to your site to be restricted to editors only?” click Yes, edit the Editors Only message if you want, and submit. Then you can give editor privileges to whomever you want, limiting access for anyone else. Is this what you’re after? Good luck.