If you've seen a lot of wikis, but not one for the topic you'd like, why not make your own?
Headphones have been around long before "i" and "Pod" got together. Wikiphonia is a fantastic resource for headphone history, technology, and related information.
This week on the Real Deal: Tom and I discuss wikis. Should you set one up?
In addition to his already pretty comprehensive list of social media marketing programs, Peter Kim, the "de facto curator of social media" as Steve Rubel calls him, has now launched a wiki. Social media power to document social media power, so to speak.
It wasn't a record-breaker for Lostpedia.com, a fan wiki devoted to the obsessively detailed sci-fi series, but the show's final-season premiere did bring in the hordes of devotees.
Audiophiles have their own language, history, and culture. Here's hoping that the Audiophile Wiki is a terrific resource for beginners and experts.
This is probably the quickest way you have ever seen to create a Web page or wiki.
Web storage service Box.net has gotten even better with a new collaborative document editor that lets its users edit and create documents within its service.
There are so many things that can be done with a wiki like DekiWiki's that it's hard to define what it is. It's a bit like a "thneed" from Dr. Seuss' The Lorax.
Reed Hundt, technology policy adviser for Barack Obama, said the Democratic candidate would use a bottom-up communications strategy in his administration. Yep, wikis too.