My first effort at an expert web page on Squidoo. The page turned out well and gets good traffic.
web-chop note: Unfortunatly I could only chop a portion of the page to show here; the whole page shows code at the top. Oh well, thats what alpha/beta tests are for! Also, was limited in the chop frames I could make?
My first, and only, wikiHow. I like the wikiHow concept, but found I didn't like going back to the page and finding somebody had "adjusted" it. I get the collaborative concept, guess I don't like people messing with my creative effort. Maybee if thew proposed change was submitted to me first? Creative rights or control freak - you be the judge.
I've been growing houseplants in water, no dirt, for years. Picked this as a topic as I explored some web 2.0 ventures in expert authoring.
A swicki is a search page that you can focus on a topic, and then train by building a tag cloud, highlighting selected results, etc..
A wikiHow is a how-to page, that the community can read and benefit from. However, the community can also edit and independantly collaborate.