This is a wiki, meaning you are free (and invited) to edit. You can get editing help by clicking below, but the basic thing you need to know is how to add a link. The general form for a link is [ http://link.com name ], where "http://link.com" should be replaced with whatever URL you want, and "name" is the name of the link as it will appear in the wiki. You can use a * to create a new item in the list, and multiple *'s to create indented lists.
To edit, you need to create an account. Click at the top right to do that.
If you've just arrived here and are wondering what this is actually about, see this blog post.
Examples of each box within the Matrix
- Most (?) sites that reuse Wikipedia content (e.g. reference.com)
- Most news sites
- Penny Arcade, and other commercially successful Webcomics
-  Cheapbytes are the classic commercial Linux/Free Software CD supply company for over 10 years.
- Yahoo Groups and similar services
- LinkedIn, quite similar: xing.com
- OKCupid is more RW and less C than most dating sites
- Comment-less Blogs
- Most Webcomics (only a few are commercial)
- Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- The Web (at first, anyway)
- NIH, THOMAS, and other government sites
- The Gutenberg Project
- Internet Archive
- Couch Surfing
- Hospitality Club
- ibiblio.org hosts many services both r/o and r/w as contributors deem appropriate.
- Wikia.com (a hybrid with the commercial section)
- SecondLife (just announced its client code will be GPL'd
- H-net and other academic discussion lists