Best Wiki Websites

The best wiki websites on the web.

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    One of the busiest websites in the world and a household name. The king of wikis.
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    Want to blow the whistle on your employer? Or have you found a secret document on a train? You can post it on Wikileaks and preserve your anonymity, or read one of the other 1.2 million secret documents already posted.
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    If you think Wikipedia is too open to vandalism, try Citizendium. Larry Sanger, who co-founded Wikipedia, started Citizendium in an effort to address the 'reliability' flaws in Wikipedia.
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    MyWikiBiz was created when Wikipedia banned Gregory Kohs for taking payment for writing articles about commercial organisations. MyWikiBiz is one of the least restrictive wikis, and you don't have to be famous or 'notable' to have an article at MyWikiBiz.
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    There is really no point in trying to follow the Lost TV Series without the help of Lostpedia. Lostpedia puts everything together in a nice chronological fashion, and it really does make watching the TV show even better.
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    Welkers Wikinomics

    In these times of financial crisis, it might pay to study up on Economics 101. Welker's Wikinomics reminds us how the world economy is supposed to work.
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    Green Wiki

    The wiki that tells you how to save on those carbon credits.
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    Gardening Wiki

    If you're looking for tips on how to grow that prize winning pumpkin, check out the Gardening Wiki.
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    Dedicated to the world of Star Wars, Wookiepedia takes the prize for the best play on the name Wikipedia. More than you ever wanted to know about Ewoks, Jar Jar Binks and Darth Maul. (But plenty of our favourite characters too).
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    This wiki is great for settling arguments about all those half mumbled song lyrics we can't quite understand.
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    Knol is Google's answer to Wikipedia, but you could argue it is not really a wiki at all. Knol puts tight collaboration and editing restrictions on its content.
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    Recipes Wiki

    A wiki full of thousands of recipes
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    Apparently Wikipedia has a left wing bias, so Conservapedia was created to be the Fox News of the wiki world. For those that are looking for a right wing conservative Christian view of the world.
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    If the real world is feeling a bit serious, get some light relief at the satirical wiki Uncyclopedia. Definitely do not believe anything you read here.
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    At Scholarpedia the articles are written by invited experts, and every article is peer reviewed for accuracy.
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    The name is slightly misleading. This is a brazen and honest site that is in your face in its analysis and criticism. In short, it's a great quick read and good for a laugh in stressful moments.
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    Wiki-based search engine, done the way it has to be done to assure quality -- by paying the best editors.
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    Too funny. The world's largest web-based, women-based, wiki-based database of hot chicks on the planet.
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    The world's largest, highest quality how-to manual.
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    Selecting the best Law firm from your Provo Bankruptcy Attorney

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