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January 1, 2005


Filed under: Uncategorized — Ryan Jones @ 12:00 am

pay Aurogra Do a search on Google for a thing. It doesn’t matter what thing it is. Tomato, Pencil, slang, satellite information etc…

I bet you find a Wikipedial url.

Forget online directories, Wiki seems to be the new authority figure on everything. If you’re not sure what a wiki is, it’s a site that anybody can edit. That’s right, anybody.

So why didn’t it instantly turn into porn pills and poker? Wikis have strong communities, the people take too much of an interest in their articles and quickly delete the spam.

Is this why Google seems to be giving it such heavy weight despite recent innaccurate data controversy?

BTW, dotwiki.com is currently for sale. The current bit is $200. I’m not completely sure if I want to let it go or not, but if you’re interested drop me a line.

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