Daniel D Jones
ddjones at riddlemaster.org
Tue Jul 4 05:10:38 PDT 2006
On Monday 03 July 2006 11:16, Adam Stephanides wrote:
> In general it's still not clear to me what the advantages are of a wiki
> over, say, an FAQ or FAQs combined with a message board. In fact, I would
> think a priori that a wiki would be a poor format for dealing with Wolfe,
> about whose work there is so little agreement. But I could well be wrong;
> it might help if I could see an example of a wiki which successfully does
> what you're expecting from a Wolfe wiki.
It's vastly different subject matter but a chain of events just led me to the
Wikipedia article for a Rock band called Tool. Take a look at that article,
particularly section 3, called "Arguments about genre and categorization." I
don't see why articles on various aspects of Wolfe's work couldn't be
similarly laid out.
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