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Yesterday at Web 2.0 Expo one of the main keynote sessions was the “Built to Last” Panel which consisted of John Battelle asking various questions to a few entrepreneurs who have built companies that have sold or were worth selling. The participants in the session:
Joe Kraus of JotSpot announces on the official Google blog that Google has acquired them.
While the morning discussion over tea and scones focused on Google’s acquisition of enterprise wiki software firm JotSpot, Cond Nast’s Wired Digital division received a present from its corporate masters, who purchased news-sharing site Reddit for Wired.
Google has acquired JotSpot, which describes itself as “the first application wiki company.” In a well-coordinated display, JotSpot’s co-founder Joe Kraus made a post about the purchase on the Google Blog, while the JotSpot site supplied the answers to eleven “frequently asked questions” about the deal. There’s another post on the “JotBlog,” as well.