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wikipedia II

user controlled content *and* format
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Is that too hard? I want to see all sorts of stuff different on each page. Unique formatting on each page will allow for memory formation to occur more quickly and this will generate a generation of kids that know very many bits of information.
daseva, Apr 09 2010

Encyclopaedia of Life http://www.eol.org/
Not completely user controlled content, but most of the articles are from wikipedia but incorporated into the site's format. [rcarty, Apr 10 2010]


       I think this would be a disastrophe. When I look at Wikipedia, I can find what I need more quickly because the pages have a reasonably uniform content. If I want every topic to appear in a different format, the rest of the Web is out there waiting for me.
MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 09 2010

       even considering that there are some topics best served by an alternate format, what [MB] said.
FlyingToaster, Apr 09 2010

       there are lots of wiki-like sites that follow different formats. i haven't stumbled across a good one yet but yours could be the first. Feel free! Not much in the way of an invention here.
WcW, Apr 09 2010

       I think the invention is in the "user controlled format". However, I still dinnae like it.
MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 09 2010

Mustardface, Apr 10 2010

       I like what the EoL is doing [link]. Some of the entries load wikipedia articles which takes the content out of the wikipedia format.
rcarty, Apr 10 2010


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