Today’s five-star site: KMWiki

From the chapter on knowledge management comes this:

It should come as no surprise that professionals in the field of knowledge management have a compulsive urge to share knowledge. That may explain why one of the best gateways to KM resources on the Web is the KMWiki. What, you might ask, is a wiki? It is a type of server software that allows visitors to a Web page to freely add and edit content. “Open editing,” as it is sometimes called, allows people with common interests to share information and ideas easily in a single Web location. The KMWiki, while little more than a collection of links to KM resources elsewhere on the Web, stands out because, unlike other collections of links, it is the product of not one person, but of the various KM professionals who contribute to it. It is a modest-looking page that accurately calls itself a “super index.”

(Excerpted from the second edition of The Essential Guide to the Best (and Worst) Legal Sites on the Web.)