A Wiki on "Web 2.0" has just launched. The project is called We Are Smarter Than Me.
It’s being organized by the MIT Sloan School of Management and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, along with global powerhouse Pearson Publishing. Students and alumni from the schools will receive messages inviting them to collectively write and edit the Wiki, which will be edited into a business book. Not just limited to the elite MBA’s, contributions are open the public — and that means you. There will certainly be a several chapters on online video and you should contribute.
Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia and member of We Are Smarter Than Me’s Board of Advisors said recently:
“Like Wikipedia, and with core contributors initially comprised of many of the world’s leading business thinkers, We Are Smarter Than Me may usher in a new model for how book publishers can acquire, create and market their content, as well as how their books can be distributed and used. I look forward to reading this work in progress.”
Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia and board member of the "We are Smarter than Me.