Hi, thanks for replying
I think I have searched for the better part of 10 hours in total over the last few weeks. I've tried to look at Microsoft OneNote, Google Docs, some WikiFarms and a lot of smaller programs that claim to do it all (tm) for businesses.
The problem with Google Docs is that it takes a lot of time to manually update documents and files. The problem with making a wiki is that I have to do several thousand pages. I would really love some form of automated feature for creating new pages from the words in a document (see below).
I'm currently looking into Evernote.
With Evernote, I can create different Notebooks and make entries, just like my own wikipedia.
What I would really love would be the first feature listed as nice to have:
"1) "import words from text document feature" (I would love to be able to take a text/PDF file (e.g. a new court ruling) and have the program search through the words. If it contains words that already have a page in the encyclopedia, I can choose to "link" the document to that page - if the text file contains a word that does not already have a page, I can choose to create a page) (this feature would ROCK)"
If I could get that one feature, I could live with some other flaws.