[Air-l] Wiki news sites

Terry Calhoun splendid at umich.edu
Tue May 30 08:59:13 PDT 2006


Such wiki sites would be very interesting. Some of the articles in 
Wikipedia are so frequently updated they are analogous to 
constantly-updated news stories.

Actually, just in general, I am compiling a list - hopefully - of 
different and interesting ways of finding and presenting news. For 
example - http://www.frustratedcities.com/ - which compared four types 
of news systems' coverage side by side in four columns on a "live" 
basis. (You can also choose two words or phrases and have the page 
highlight them for you wherever they appear in the news annotations.

I would truly appreciate any examples of nifty ways to find and view 
news on line that others here have to share.

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Terry Calhoun, MA, JD
Director of Media Relations and Publications
Society for College and University Planning (SCUP)
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
terry.calhoun at scup.org <mailto:terry.calhoun at scup.org> | 734.998.7027 | 
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Opgenhaffen Michaël wrote:

>Does anybody know interesting news sites that are based on the wiki-technology? 
>Wikinews.org is a great example, but I was wondering if there are other wiki-resources on the www ...
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>Thanks in advance! 
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>Michaël Opgenhaffen
>Master in journalism
>Lessius Hogeschool Antwerp
>www.lessius-ho.be/journalistiek
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