(I'll edit this Journal to include it), or choose and work on the objective that you might be interested in.
This allows us to create a Wiki (Link) to address subjects such as the New World Order or Chemtrails.
It will be more efficient for us to have our work saved in one place, where it can be seen by others.
Because it allows for a more organized group effort, where we don't need to repeat what's already been done.
DeviantART has an inherent feature called Sta.sh, that serves as you're personal work desk for writing Journals with.
I've also made a guide on how to use the 9 HTML functions for DeviantART (A Guide on how to use HTML code on DeviantART.com).
There's also a website called Trello, that we can use to help us organize our thoughts and collaborate on different projects.If you've found a reference you'd would like to share, or have an idea you'd like to express, you can save them in you're Sta.sh and submit a Journal or Deviation. And if you post their URL in the comment section below, I'll be able to add it to the board. Whichever suits you best.
TiddlySpace is a type of Wiki Farm based on TiddlyWiki, that provides a shared hosting environment for multiple users.
A beginners guide on how to use TiddlySpace (Including the Job Board)
Originally created by Jeremy Ruston, the content is divided into a series of components called Tiddlers. Each one is stored inside an HTML division that contains the source text and meta data  . TiddlyWiki is very portable, able to run offline as well as from the Web, and easily passed via Email and USB sticks  .
TiddlyWiki - How to save on a PC (Firefox)
Learning TiddlyWiki (Lv. 1)
Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML)