Textually.org has linked to a new service called Cellphedia, which is sort of like a wiki (a web application that allows users to post and edit content) on mobile phones…after registering at the site people can SMS in questions as well as answers to other people’s questions. It’s a good idea, with — as I see it — one fatal flaw. Wikis allow readers to edit the content on the page, with the idea being that any mistakes will be fixed as time goes on, however Cellphedia seems to accept only the first answer, so if it’s wrong, bad luck.
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