We address this article in relation to blogging and personal knowledge publishing (PKP). Derived from blogging, personal knowledge publishing is a form of Web-based communication that lowers social and linguistic barriers, facilitating knowledge migration across disciplinary boundaries. The aggregate output of this practice could provide a promising basis for intelligent systems development. These individual-centered, community-discussion-support systems have emerged as an interesting complement to journals, mailing lists, and other media for interdisciplinary-minded individuals. PKP offers individual researchers a tool for building strong interdisciplinary research networks. These networks enable individuals to find relevant literature and experts outside their core research community.