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An open, group-editable Web format, Wiki, new Internet tool that helps the workers to collaborate on content and adapt that content to specific industries is discussed. Wikis have long been used for niche applications such as posting and documenting software changes by developers and engineers. Wiki takes the editable Web page and transforms it into a simple application development platform. The platform includes applets for functions such as calendaring and threaded discussions, which the users can use to customize the Wiki and build basic applications.
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