“Blog” Ranks 3 in Survey of Most Hated Internet Words; What Are the Top Pharma Wikis/Wiki Topics?

A recent survey of 2,091 adults by the U.K. polling company YouGov found that "Blog", "netiquette", "cookie" and "wiki" have been voted the most irritating words spawned by the Internet.  (The survey also introduced me to a few new ones, Folksonomy, #1, and Blook (book based on a blog...Yikes) We are developing a wiki on Process Analytical Technologies for pharma, and I've been hunting for industry-specific role models.  So far I've found several that are completely empty or have been interrupted.  Two live ones appear to be pharmadot.wikidot.com (based in Poland, which has a clinical trials wiki) and eyeforpharma's pharma wiki (which appears to have been, temporarily, I hope, overrun by spammers).  All further evidence of Web 2.0's "high maintenance," but we won't be daunted. Of course there are other great examples in other industries, but if anyone knows of some good pharma wikis out there, please write in.  Also, which topics do you think could most usefully be handled by a wiki approach?  Any comments, as always, welcome.... But here's more on the Web 2.0 survey from Agence France.... Topping the list of words most likely to make web users "wince, shudder or want to bang your head on the keyboard" was folksonomy, a term for a web classification system. "Blogosphere", the collective name for blogs or online journals, was second; "blog" itself was third; "netiquette", or Internet etiquette, came fourth and "blook", a book based on a blog, was fifth. "Cookie", a file sent to a user's computer after they visit a website, came in ninth, while "wiki", a collaborative website edited by its readers, was tenth. In June, the Collins English Dictionary announced that a string of internet-based would be included in its ninth edition. These included "me-media", a term for personal content websites such as Facebook, and "godcast", a religious service which has been converted to an MP3 format. -AMS