It seems like Web 3.0 is nearing and you see Wikis popping up everywhere. These days, most wikis don’t require and wiki markup language. (That’s the whole process of moving to Web 3.0. Sometimes, you can’t even tell it’s a wiki.)
I am not an avid (ab)user of Facebook anymore but these guys have their wikis straight.
Go check out PikiPages on Facebook and found out what you can do. I think this is one Facebook app I might actually log in and check out. (and probably has a good chance of going viral…)
The PikiPages editor is relatively simple to operate. It’s not the most aesthetically pleasing device in the Facebook application marketplace, but it’s no eyesore, either. And more importantly, it gets the job done. As long as the job is a fairly elementary one. No finagling with CSS here from what we can gather. Just options to add backgrounds, change layouts, add text, designs, various embeds, photos from your Facebook archive (or uploaded from your PC), audio and video recordings. Is that enough to get by? Only the individual user can decide that, of course, but for most people interested enough to find a place for the application in their personal library of choice services, what’s included may generally be what’s needed.