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WikiTravel: Do It Yourself Travel Guide

What's a "wiki?" you're probably wondering. (Or maybe not.) Well, it's from a Hawaiian word for "quick," but in the context of the Internet, it's a strange new type of web site that lets any reader edit the content. Sounds crazy, yes, but then this is the Internet, a wild and wacky place. One of the best examples of a wiki is the Wikipedia, a reader-created encyclopedia. Now, the travel industry has its own similar resource:, a user-created travel guide. From what we've browsed of it so far, it looks interesting, but it still needs a lot of cities to be filled in. Volunteer if you're so inspired (look for the "Edit this page" link on the bottom of content pages. Otherwise, check back again in a few months.

Rick Bruner | August 27, 2003 | Permanent link
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