After finding BlogHer, I discovered a speaker’s wiki. From there, I stumbled onto The New PR Wiki, which is a three-month old project that seeks to be “a collaboration tool for PR professionals and people interested in the practice of public relations.” Wikidom seems to have gone mainstream now that it’s WYSIWYG!
Category Archives: Social Networks
Today, the LA times published a point-counterpoint wiki associated with its op-ed pages. The first entries support or oppose an editorial, “War and Consequences,” critical of America’s Iraqi policy. I believe this is the first newspaper site to launch a wiki for reader collaboration.
“Directory” of bloggers on Bainbridge Island http://blogsofbainbridge.typepad.com/voiceofbainbridge/2005/02/bainbridge_blog.html
Since mid-August, more than 79,000 people have joined http://www.meetup.com to support one of the nine Democratic presidential candidates, according to the Washington Post. More than 195,000 people (about 25 percent of the total membership base) have joined to find others who care about Democratic candidates. An analysis of site statistics shows that Dems aren’t the