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Wikipedia is a free, multilingual, open content encyclopedia project, allowing users to view and edit its content with almost no restrictions.
Related categories: Wiki Sites, Encyclopedias and Almanacs
2. Yahoo! Answers
Yahoo!'s community-based knowledge market, allowing members to ask questions on various topics and answer other submitted questions. Members can score points for giving quality answers and win prizes.
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Provides concise how-to articles over a broad range of topics.
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Answers.com is a human-powered search engine - results are filtered by professionals to give the most relevant results.
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Platform for experts, authors and writers to contact with e-zine publishers to sell their work.
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6. Google Translate
Google's online translation service, allowing users to translate small text segments and complete web pages.
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7. Associated Content
Online publisher and distributor of participatory media. Associated Content enables everyone to publish their content in any format on any topic and then distributes that content through its website and content partners.
Reference.com is an online information resource, featuring articles from Wikipedia, a web directory, a dictionary and a thesaurus.
Related categories: Encyclopedias and Almanacs
Squidoo is a free online publishing service that allows users to set up a single web page on a topic they know or care a lot about.
Community destination supporting the creation and development of wiki communities on any topic people are passionate about. Single sign-on across all Wikia sites, file uploads, transclusion, and community help from Wikia staff. Requires 2- to 10-day approval process.
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Merriam-Webster's online dictionary, featuring word definitions, Thesaurus, medical dictionary, word games and other services.
Related categories: Dictionaries and Lexicons
Archive of various articles, by different freelance writers on many subjects.
wikiHow is a collaborative wiki project of How-To guides, allowing users to view, edit and write new guides on any subject.
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Free service that allows users to ask and answer questions about themselves and other users. The site links to Facebook and Twitter.
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The Free Dictionary offers online dictionaries in various languages, thesaurus, medical, legal, financial, computers, idioms, and encyclopedia.
16. Urban Dictionary
Urban Dictionary is a slang dictionary, allowing users to edit and rank definitions for contemporary words and terms.
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