How to maintain private(Company), friends and public and  Knowledgebase?

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I wear multiple hats. I am a developer, software teacher and each day I learn a lot of things and tend to forget them?
I want to keep track of self-updates that I easily RETRIEVE it from office or home or if possible from mobile.
Some knowledge I want to keep private, share with the selected group and some with the public.

Topics:-
1) Errors & solutions - Private to me
2) Interview questions & solutions:- I keep interviewing on different technologies and wish to record Q&A - open to public
3) Best Practices in Programming - where i could receive updates from outside world
4) Keep track of teaching updates from students and friends
5) My Idea Logs and Suggestion from public
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Mark MurphyIT Consultant

Commented:
You could use something like Joomla to manage the information, and provide login's to your students and anyone else who wants or needs access to the info.
Mark MurphyIT Consultant

Commented:
That's not a Java or Microsoft specific answer, but your question is not really specific to Java or Microsoft.
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Yes, any decent CMS should do that for you. Make sure you have captchas in place if you invite public (without login) participation or it will get abused
Rob HensonFinance Analyst

Commented:
How about MS OneNote??

You can use it like an old fashioned scrapbook, copy and paste images or just type stuff in, add links to websites etc etc.

I think you can set parts of a OneNote file as Private and other bits as shared but not used it massively myself.
Mark MurphyIT Consultant

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One Note is nice, but you will need a Sharepoint server to share the OneNote file, and I think the granularity of privacy will be at the OneNote file level, so you will have to have a seperate file for each different sharing scenario.

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