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Links 1 through 10 of 12 by Patrick Cormier tagged IMBOK+Wikipedia

Sometimes what's not in Wikipedia is even more interesting than what it contains. Deletionpedia is a site that catalogs everything that gets deleted from Wikipedia, from temporary deletions during clean-up to complete entries that are removed after a period of discussion.

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Wikipedia is a collaboratively edited encyclopedia to which you can contribute. This tutorial will help you become a Wikipedian.

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Wikipedia is often confronted with accusations of all kind – activist Seth Finkelstein called it “a poorly-run bureaucracy where there’s not a lot of accountability” – so I wanted to get an actual & factual inside view.

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This one was just too interesting and I had to mention it... See the full story, by Greg Miller from the Los Angeles Times.

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On March 1st, Wikipedia, the online interactive encyclopedia, hit the million-articles mark, with an entry on Jordanhill, a railway station in suburban Glasgow. [note: good, lengthy and very "human" article on Wikipedia]

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For anyone who still thinks of Wikipedia as a decentralized populist collective, the interview will be particularly enlightening. Wikipedia is beginning to look something like a post-revolutionary Bolshevik Soviet, with an inscrutable central power struct

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I did a search on Quicklaw and found at least 5 Canadian cases that have cited Wikipedia (...)

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Wikipedia, the encyclopedia that "anyone can edit," was a nice experiment in the "democratization" of publishing, but it didn't quite work out. Wikipedia is dead. It died the way the pure products of idealism always do, slowly and quietly and largely in s

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I would argue that the talent of the contributors is in the end far more important to quality than is the number of contributors. Put 5,000 smart people to work on a wiki, and they'll come up with something better than a wiki created by a million numbskul

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Back in December 2005, a study in the journal Nature concluded that articles in the collaborative online encyclopedia Wikipedia, to which anyone can contribute, were as accurate as those in the Encyclopedia Britannica.

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