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Motorola Q Wiki
05 December 2006 16:12

My company is getting me a new Motorola Q smartphone to replace my Blackberry. Whether or not I'll like it compared to my Blackberry (which I liked quite a bit) remains to be seen, but one thing about the Q already impresses me--it has its own Motorola-sponsored Wiki. According to Motorola, the purpose of the wiki is outlined thus:

Because the possible applications for the Q will always expand, the "ideal" user guide would also be able to grow and change. This wiki is an attempt to do that. It's a place to capture and share the knowledge of the greater community of Q users. If, for example, you have added a new application to your Q, you could post instructions on how you did it here, for the benefit of all Q users.

This site has been established by Motorola for the use of Q users. It has been seeded with the contents of the in-box user guide. Additional content will be provided by Q users as they explore the Q's capabilities.

A very cool idea if you ask me. Wouldn't it be nice if every gadget you owned had its own wiki? For example I'd love to see a wiki dedicated to getting the most out of my beloved Canon Powershot A620 :-).


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