I just started a wiki — my first ever. I don’t know whether I will continue it, or whether it will fade away, but it’s focussed on Victoria, BC (where I live), specifically its urban development aspects. Blame WetPaint — couldn’t resist starting this up.
I’m actually trying to write something marginally serious about architecture (specifically here, in Victoria), but I’m afraid that my 3 years of writing online have retarded my abilities: I feel more comfortable writing text that will show up as email or on some webpage — the others feel dead somehow. Oh dear. Is it legit to write drafts of one’s essays or articles on wikis first?
So, my wiki is called Victoria City Style Council, and the “home” or “welcome” page explains some of that. The key piece that got me started was reading Stephen Miller’s Conversation; A History of a Declining Art. The result was the Style v. Substance piece, s.v. “Welcome.”
The A Wiki by Yule Heibel, unless otherwise expressly stated, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License.
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