Nowhere. Nowhere is the answer, and bless Wiki for it.
Still, being the place to get the run down on… well, literally anything, might not be enough for the company any more. Recent murmurings suggest the site is about to go gung-ho into the search engine business, and they’re cooking up a $3.5 million ‘Knowledge Engine’.
That’s a big deal, given the company’s take on the ol’ “knowledge is power” chestnut. Allowing free, open access to info is very much Wiki’s M.O, and ABC reports that stance will be reflected in the new project.
If successful, the impending result would
certainly herald the arrival of our artificially intelligent overlords shake up the internet landscape bigtime. The vibe given by the project seems to focus on curated, user-submitted content instead of relying on a site’s popularity or keywords to bring it to your attention.
Although co-founder Jimmy Wales has recently downplayed any renewed move into the search sphere, possible front-pages are certainly Google-esque.