We Want You to WIKI!

Monday, February 16, 2009 - 11:55 AM

At first, editing text on the internet for all to see can be daunting. But wikis are a convenient way for a group of people connected primarily by the internet to contribute to the same page—literally!

The Uncommon Economic Indicators project has a wiki bulletin board page where our contributors and listeners can share their ideas, respond to each other’s stories and offer advice.

If you look on our story map, you may see people from your own neighborhood have submitted stories about the economy. Wouldn’t it be great if you had the solution to their problem, or if you found you have something in common. It’s when members of a community share ideas that change really takes place.

We appreciate all the stories you have sent us. Now we hope you’ll take advantage of our open forum to share information and respond to each other.

For the curious check out these instructions on editing wiki pages.


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