The easy wiki way to make a page is to cite it and then click. But doesn't this force a relationship? Do we want that relationship? Always?
Federated wiki worsens this bias by depending on the click to find the new page's preferred capitalization.
I once dumped external links to interesting reads into a single page, Related Sites. When this got too long I split it into half a dozen pages making the former page an index to the latter. Good process, no?
But ultimately the page title raises the question, related to what? When ward.fed.wiki.org was small it was all about my work in federated wiki. Now that history confines me.
Mike Caulfield suggested creating a site for loosely related content. I've seen this work before, most notably with sites.fed.wiki.org.
Maintaining a page of references was a handy way to load up the neighborhood but it is a lousy way to track down something from a vague memory.
I use the welcome page to click-create new entries in sites. In a similar way I will use recent reads and thoughts for new content here. Content on these pages is only related by being new. When that's over, good bye.