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Links 1 through 10 of 42 by Nathan Gilliatt tagged wikipedia

DBpedia is a crowd-sourced community effort to extract structured information from Wikipedia and make this information available on the Web.

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Monitors Wikipedia pages for changes, sends alerts to one or more email addresses.

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Browse Wikipedia with a visualization of recent edits at the top of each page. See who's writing the page you're reading.

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If you're interested in just how international/multilingual Wikipedia is.

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Not just the "beware bad reviews" warning.

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"The fact that you have “non-selfish” intentions (if that exists) does not mean that what you are doing is good."

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"Controversy has erupted among the encyclopedia's core contributors, after a rogue editor revealed that the site's top administrators are using a secret insider mailing list to crackdown on perceived threats to their power."

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Good report from Charlene Li on how companies should deal with Wikipedia. Certainly easier to digest than the official sources in WP itself.

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You suspected that Wikipedia was subject to covert tampering. Here are some examples of how it's done. It's not a recommended practice, of course.

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Good article on the politics and conflicts of Wikipedia

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