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Everything Development Company's "Everything" is a MySQL/Perl-based information management system for entering, linking, and retrieving information that can also be used to create "writable" web sites. Everything's community-building features include a "Chatterbox" to enable realtime communication between users and a voting system that helps establish trust among users.

The Everything home page provides a working example of the "writable" platform in action, and also features news, poetry and commentary from the Web at large. Other example implementations include: a collaborative writer's workshop application, a system for tracking client browsing patterns, a collaborative database of pop-culture and a travel advice website.

Date Listed: 01/23/2001

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