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Wetpaint is looking for early adopters to build showcase wiki sites

Recently I interviewed Ben Elowitz, founder of Wetpaint, a wiki company from Seattle. Wetpaint is planning to launch a create-your-own application this summer and as part of the launch they want to showcase compelling wiki applications. The company is now looking for a small group of early adopters, and they’ll host the Wetpaint wiki for you, so if you’ve been thinking about that great way to use a wiki, now’s the time to get off the fence and do it. Chris Kollas, Sr. Director of business development at Wetpaint says, “We make wikis super easy to use. If you know Microsoft Word, you know enough to contribute and collaborate on a Wetpaint-powered site.” If you’re interested, contact Chris at chris@wetpaint.com.

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