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05 January 1989 10:30

Wikipedia:Miscellany for deletion/User:WCityMike - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Wikipedia:Miscellany for deletion/User:WCityMike ... about Wikipedias community a bit different ...

Main Page - Wikitruth

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Welcome to Wikitruth, the free scandal sheet that anyone can visit...

The great Failure of Wikipedia

Transcription of a presentation/speech given at Notacon 3, April 8, 2006. The original presentation's audio is available at:

Constructing the Digital Universe » Blog Archive » The New Politics of Knowledge

Since my own essay critical of Wikipedia’s “anti-elitism”, and intensifying after Jaron Lanier’s more recent essay touting Wikipedia as the prime example of “online collectivism,” the amazingly huge, wide-open encyclopedia project has becom...

Why I Quit Wikipedia « Archive « Musings of a Chicagoan

... a kind of quantum encyclopedia, where genuine data both exists and doesn’t exist depending on the precise moment I rely upon your discordant fucking mob for my information...

Micro Persuasion: How to Check for Wikipedia Articles That Link to You

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Wikipedia has quietly rolled out a special page that lets you unearth all of the pages that link to a particilar Web site or page. It even covers discussion and other miscellaneous pages that are embedded deep inside the site...

How To Create Your Own Wikipedia Page

Most savvy SEOs know that Google is placing an increased weight on links from “authority” websites. Wikipedia, a free internet encyclopedia that can be edited by any user, is certainly one of the top authority websites in the eyes of Google and I´...

Modern Dragons: Citizendium

How good is Wikipedia's content? How good is Wikipedia's community? What does Wikipedia's future look like?

Knowledge Smackdown: Wikipedia vs. Citizendium by Jason Sanford

Now Sanger has proposed creating an alternative to Wikipedia, which he calls Citizendium. This encyclopedia will supposedly take many of the things that have worked well with Wikipedia—such as using a neutral point of view in articles and the fact th...

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