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I want to start a blog that has public editing rules, like a wiki. Is there such a thing?

Edit: That is also hosted (like Blogger) or a method I can host it on a web space (such as Google Pages)

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Wikiblog comes to mind.

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Try http://pbworks.com/ (direct). It used to be called Peanut Butter Wiki and it allows for editing.

Additionally you can check here for more similar sites: http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WikiFarms

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Posterous allows for collaboration

as does Google Sites.

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