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Have Your Say With Sidewiki

Google has launched a new feature that potentially spells a whole new way for users to interact with the internet. This feature, called Sidewiki, lets you leave comments about any page, read other people’s thoughts, and basically means that every site will have its own Wikipedia page built in.


Access is easy – simply download the latest version of the Google Toolbar, and enable the Sidewiki button in the Toolbar Options. From there things are pretty self explanatory, with a yellow icon signalling that comments have been left, and a white icon indicating that no entries have yet been posted.

Proporta is quite intrigued to see how this will work – or indeed whether it will work at all. As always with new things like this there’s a chance that it will instantly become an integral part of the internet landscape and second nature, or that it will pass most of us by and become a strange little cul-de-sac in the ever developing web. So if you’d like to give it a go, why not download it and let us know what you think, right here? Go on, we’d love to know. At least, we think we would…