I've been using my wiki to keep track of information for some time now. It's been a very personal resource up until now, not in the sense that I use it for "personal" information, but that I'm the only one who edits and (presumably) looks at it. Yesterday, I had my first guest editor, though not the kind I expected.
I've been looking at custom silk-screened t-shirts, so in what has become tradition I created a wiki page to store the information I found. A person who I can only assume works for "DesignAShirt.com" altered the text, removing the phrase, "[they seem] to be two faces for the same company," and adding, "DesignAShirt.com uses a flash based system for their designing that is probably the easiest on the web." MoinMoin (my wiki software) has a visual record of the changes. (Does anyone know how to force a comparison between two revisions, or can it only be done between a past revision and the current copy?)
I find it interesting that the wiki was edited in this way. I'm curious just how many hits they received through the page that they took notice. I'll let the change stick around, I suppose. A little rhetoric won't kill me.