File this under experimental overkill, but I had an epiphany recently while listening to one of my favorite podcasts. At the end of the show they always remind listeners to head over to their Wiki page and add to or amend the show notes. Well dammit, if TWIT can have a Wiki, so can RowThree.
The original idea here was to have a place where readers/listeners could have a bit more of a say with their experience while listening to the Cinecast. This IS NOT a place for commentary or discussion; you still do that in the regular comment section for each individual thread on RowThree proper. But if you’ve got something to add or a link or some reference you think should have some light shed upon it, you can now add it to the show notes yourself!
We’re also trying a couple of other features with the Wiki. We’ve started a couple of pages with popular film titles being talked about in the third row. For now these are basically just a hive for the various threads in which the film was mentioned and maybe some alternate poster art. Maybe you can come up with some better uses for these pages!
So all you need to do is head over to The Wiki Page and login (registering is free, fast and easy). Once you’re registered, do what you will. There are some basic help pages over there if you run into any trouble.
So like I said this is still in the experimental phase of being, so bring on the ideas for what this Wiki can be used other than just sort of an archive of the history of RowThree. Feel free to edit or add to any article on the site that you have access to. Or heck, you can submit your own article on whatever you want. In the spirit of science, the admins will be pretty lenient as to what goes up there, at least in the beginning.
Enjoy! And please let us know what you think about this new feature in the comments below. Thanks!