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Top10 Media, a somewhat jumbled group of social web properties, has expanded its flagship site, Top10 Sources, to any and all who want to contribute. “Citizen editors” can easily compile and describe lists of online resources on any topic of their choice, bringing in fresh content […]

Top10 Media, a somewhat jumbled group of social web properties, has expanded its flagship site, Top10 Sources, to any and all who want to contribute. “Citizen editors” can easily compile and describe lists of online resources on any topic of their choice, bringing in fresh content through feeds. This was previously a task assigned to editors on payroll. Opening its tools up to a broader community seems like a necessary move for Top10 Sources, but it brings the company into competition with many of the for-profit wiki startups, such as Wikia and Squidoo, armed only with simple template.

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