Networking on Marthapedia

Homemakers who find that MySpace (or Facebook) just isn’t their cup of coffee may soon be able to opt into “Marthapedia.” The new Web...

Homemakers who find that MySpace (or Facebook) just isn’t their cup of coffee may soon be able to opt into “Marthapedia.” The new Web site from Martha Stewart is being modeled after the style of traditional social media networks.

Initially, the site will feature existing content from Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, covering all her good tips, but will also allow for public interaction by offering open information and letting people submit suggestions.

“Marthapedia” will not be as free-flowing as Wikipedia, as editors from Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia will be monitoring the site to see if the public’s ideas are better than their own, Stewart told AdAge.com.

Hmm, so... MySpace is for teenagers, Facebook is now for working professionals, and Marthapedia is for…(fill in the blank).

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