Wikis are collaborative tools where people exchange information, interact with one another, and get organized. The most famous wiki is Wikipedia, but there are others that will help you find information about religion and culture.
Any organization worth its salt will have a Facebook presence. Simply visit these pages and "like" the organization or publication. Then, regular updates will appear in your news stream.
Blogs and blog streams are regularly-updated sources of information. They are published by individuals, independent sources, mainstream media, students, professionals, or just about anyone. You want to get a sense of the role a blog holds in the public conversation before you rely heavily on it in your research. You may way to refer to our Guide to Blogs page.
In addition to this brief list, refer to The Immanent Frame's "Top 100 Religion Blogs" list.
The Religion and Culture list includes many sources (blogs from mainstream media sources, independent organizations, and public intellectuals). See the About Twitter Lists link for more information on how to integrate lists into your research.
Some members of this list are: