New "Wiki Magazine" will cover wikis, Wikidot
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Wiki Magazine "will contain articles, profiles, tips and tricks, design features and interviews. It will initially concentrate on Wikidot but during 2010 we hope to expand the magazine to cover many other wiki products and services."

The creator of Wiki Magazine, Rob Elliott, who is a Wikidot superguru and top community contributor, explains, "Last month I started the planning of a commercial online magazine called Wiki Magazine, which will be a downloadable and, in due course, a print magazine bringing news, articles, features about the wiki world. As far as I can see there is no magazine catering to this market. It will focus mainly on Wikidot initially but I do aim to expand it to cover other wiki products, news and services."

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