For your eyes only (and Anyone with an Internet Connection)
|For your eyes only (and Anyone with an Internet Connection)|
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Wikipedia has emerged as a significant online encyclopedia that works on the concept that anyone with credible knowledge of a subject can contribute to enhancing its content and share that knowledge with others. The journal Nature announced it to be a good source of accurate information similar to the Encyclopedia Britannica due to exponential growth on the site. This success has encouraged other organizations to evaluate how wikis can be used among their user groups. Enterprise wikis are smaller collaborative environments that allow a restricted group of contributors to work together on an online platform. The online tools have also played a key role in enabling designers and architects share their designs and ideas through them, leading to better implementation of certain projects.
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