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  • New Use for Old Code-Geeking Out

    Way back, in the dawn of time, there was VisiCalc. It was the "first" Spreadsheet software that we would recognize as such, and later evolved into...well, Lotus 1-2-3.

    Anyway, Dan Bricklin, co-developer of VisiCalc is at it again, finding a new use for the old code: wikiCalc.

    http://danbricklin.com/log/

    What is it? A fully distributed spreadsheet application, like a wiki version of Excel. It's only alpha, but the potential is huge. There is already online word processing, but this is the first (that I have heard of) application that pulls spreadsheet functionality out of the .exe and onto a web based platform.

    The web OS is one step closer.

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    Re: New Use for Old Code-Geeking Out

    Interesting. I wonder how this affects Excel and its Open Office equivalent?
    Dude, seriously, WHAT handkerchief?

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