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The Wikipedia Death Watch

Posted by: Rob Hof on May 26, 2006

Ay-yi-yi. That’s one pitched debate over at Nick Carr’s blog, especially in the comments following his original post pronouncing the death of Wikipedia. It’s fascinating in a way, but it seems like there are better battlefields for the culture wars. The rest of us with real lives to live will continue to use it as the valuable, if inevitably imperfect, resource it is.

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December 28, 2006 06:17 PM

Wikipedia is far from dead.


February 8, 2007 02:50 AM

Wikipedia and all its subsidiaries are the best thing to ever happen to humanity. Bashers are those who are scared that truth and knowledge will be spread all over the world. It will hurt their profits and greed.
Although it's not 100% perfect, we will still all use it everyday, whether they like it or not.

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