Interfuse Knowledge Base

The Interfuse Knowledge Base is a web-based application which is designed to compile and store information on every subject imaginable. The Knowledge Base is edited by users of Interfuse and is a place where experts can share their knowledge and insight about subjects they are interested in. After content has been reviewed and approved, contributors receive credit for their work within the document that they added or updated.

The Knowledge Base is designed to be different from a Wiki. Where a Wiki is an online encyclopedia that is open for users to add and edit online content. [1] The Knowledge Base is an Online Information Archive that can address subject matters beyond what would be stored in a traditional encyclopedia.

The Interfuse Knowledge Base transitioned out of development and into Beta on April 10, 2024 [2] and was subsequently opened to the public on April 16, 2024. The concept is the idea of Interfuse founder and CEO Nick Niesen who wanted to do something that could be appreciated by generations to come.

A key feature the Knowledge Base offers is the ability to source references in your work. The importance of this is to provide credence in regard to the information that is being published and to provide credit to sources that are utilized while compiling data. References are linked with a super script tag which when clicked, offers a corresponding link direct to the source that was referenced.

Related-topics: Wiki


  1. Bloomfire [ What is a Wiki ] April 17, 2024
  2. PR Newswire [ Revolutionizing the Digital Landscape - the Next Evolution in Online Interaction ] April 17,2024


Last Modified: April 17, 2024