I'm currently developing a knowledge base for my company and we have already built a blog using a third party solution.
However, going through it, the functionality is a lot like the blog. We have an inline wyiswyg editing experience on both. Both systems store their data the same way. Both systems have categories. Both systems allow users to create new entries... etc..
Both systems support tagging, commenting, and searching...
So what I'm wondering is, what high level difference (functionality wise) is there between a blog and a knowledge base.
I feel like I could just reskin the knowledge base to be bloggy and call it a blog platform..
Are there any hard differences between what a knowledge base should be and a blog platform should be? If I can isolate where they differ I think I can re-engineer the system to function as both under separate configurations.