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A Wiki for the Publishing Industry

Submitted by Chris on Wednesday, 04/11/07No Comment

Tom Christensen of has started a wiki for publishing. Why didn’t any of us think of this before? Looks like reading is public, but editing privileges are currently invite only.

I think Mr. Christensen is on to something here, and he lays out his vision of the project as follows:

  • describe how publishing works and keep abreast of how it is changing
  • offer practical advice to writers, editors, and others
  • provide a forum for the exchange of information, ideas, and opinion

If you have experience in the publishing industry, Tom is looking for some editing help, and provides a way to contact him here.

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