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Commentary: Wikis

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Commentary: Wikis

Commentary: Wikis

Commentary: Wikis

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It might sound a little crazy, letting just anyone write whatever they want on your Web site. But that's just what Wikis are designed for. Wikipedia.org, for example, lets the public collaborate to build a surprisingly accurate encyclopedia. Commentator David Weinberger says wikis are one example of "social software," intended to allow people to work together with ease.

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