Google has bought JotSpot, the wiki company in constant transition, for an undisclosed amount of money. We had heard about this deal a few days ago, but Google PR didn’t call back, JotSpot PR agency got snippy with us when we asked; Joe Kraus, JotSpot CEO didn’t bother to return emails. Since we could not get three sources to confirm, we let it go. What is this deal all about? Let me ponder on that – over some strong coffee, from Blue Bottle of course. You can leave your comments, or simply take the poll.
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