Making Your Choice
If your needs in a wiki are simple, LittleWiki is a good choice. It’s easy to use and perfect for individual projects.
On the other hand, PBwiki will suit an individual or a small business that needs a few more features. The templates are a boon. On top of that, PBwiki can grow with you if you’re willing to pay a small monthly fee. And the developers are constantly adding new features.
JotSpot might be overkill for a lone user, but it’s an excellent tool for a small to medium-sized company. JotSpot’s applications will help you become more productive. And, like PBwiki, JotSpot can scale to match your needs. It’s a bit more expensive than PBwiki, but you’ll find JotSpot to be well worth the price.
Regardless of which service you choose, you’ll find that a wiki can be a useful tool—a simple, fast, and effective way of maintaining and sharing information. And you can do it without a lot of expensive, complex software.