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Mashpedia.com – The First Real Time Encyclopedia

A site that I found highly novel and well-devised, Mashpedia is comparable to an online encyclopedia whose content changes in real time. That is, if you check the same concept at two different times you are going to be presented with two entirely different webapages. You will have a definition that will be accompanied by the latest headlines and tweets, along with videos and images culled from sites like YouTube, Flickr and related...

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Cpedia.com – An Encyclopedic Way To Search The WWW

The usefulness of Wikipedia can’t be questioned on the whole, but the wiki concept can lend itself to difficulties sometimes. I am talking about the people who use the site in order to do research for papers and so on. Even when Wikipedia is monitored carefully, its sheer width means that some content that is not accurate is found there. That is inevitable, and I can’t help but wonder if such a fact motivated the site I am reviewing...

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YTpedia.com – An Encyclopedia For YouTube

If you have been looking for a different way to browse YouTube, this new site will give you exactly that. We can accurately describe it as an encyclopedia for the popular video portal in which everything becomes searchable by category. That is, upon first landing on the site you will be greeted with a set of headings such as “People”, “Music” and “Capitals” for you to make your choice and start delving into the contents of YouTube....

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Musipedia.org – Wikipedia For Music

The title of the review says it all in a certain sense, but there is one major aspect that should be mentioned lest people are confused: this wiki is not about bands and shows, but it is actually devoted to more technical considerations. That becomes evident if we run through the featured categories. They go by names like “Keyboard Search”, “Draw Notes”, “Contour search” and “Rhythm search”. Besides, a “Name that Tune” functionality...

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MelonBytes.com – The Experience Encyclopedia

MelonBytes is building the world’s first Experience Encyclopedia. The company has recently launched a community web site for users to share unique experiences from their lives using text, photo and video. MelonBytes categorizes each experience using the author’s personal attributes, enabling users of the site to search based on location, age, ethnicity and gender. Given the nature of the content, privacy has been taken...

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