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» Wikidmedia from The Industry Standard: Guest Blog: Ross Mayfield
By now, you have heard of wikis, a writable website -- the simplest way for a group to create a website without having to know HTML. And you have probably come across Wikipedia, an online encyclopedia created by everyone. And... [Read More]

» Wikipedia Reputation and the Wemedia Project from Many-to-Many
The core issue of collaborative editing, that of accuracy and trust, has reached a point in debate where research is needed to advance the practice of content use and development. Hiawatha Bray of the Boston Globle offered a Wikipedia criticism... [Read More]

» Wikipedia Reputation and the Wemedia Project from Many-to-Many
The core issue of collaborative editing, that of accuracy and trust, has reached a point in debate where research is needed to advance the practice of content use and development. Hiawatha Bray of the Boston Globle offered a Wikipedia criticism... [Read More]

» Wikipedia Reputation and the Wemedia Project from Many-to-Many
The core issue of collaborative editing, that of accuracy and trust, has reached a point in debate where research is needed to advance the practice of content use and development. Hiawatha Bray of the Boston Globle offered a Wikipedia criticism... [Read More]

» Wikipedia Reputation and the Wemedia Project from Many-to-Many
The core issue of collaborative editing, that of accuracy and trust, has reached a point in debate where research is needed to advance the practice of content use and development. Hiawatha Bray of the Boston Globle offered a Wikipedia criticism... [Read More]

» Wikipedia Reputation and the Wemedia Project (Ross Mayfield) from RocknGo
Ross commented on Wikipedia's reputation here. The core issue of collaborative editing, that of accuracy and trust, has reached a point in debate where research is needed to advance the practice of content use and development. Hiawatha Bray of the... [Read More]

» Wikipedia Reputation from RocknGo
Ross commented on Wikipedia's reputation here. The core issue of collaborative editing, that of accuracy and trust, has reached a point in debate where research is needed to advance the practice of content use and development. Hiawatha Bray of the... [Read More]

» Wikipedia Reputation and the Wemedia Project from Many-to-Many
The core issue of collaborative editing, that of accuracy and trust, has reached a point in debate where research is needed to advance the practice of content use and development. Hiawatha Bray of the Boston Globle offered a Wikipedia criticism... [Read More]

» The Great Wikipedia Authority Debate from The Importance of...
Last Wednesday, the Syracuse Post-Standard published an article lambasting the authority of Wikipedia because it is user-edited and anyone can make a change to its content (Librarian: Don't use Wikipedia as source). Techdirt took the article to task fo... [Read More]

» First Two Laws of Commons-Based Peer Production from Many-to-Many
Brittanica editor Robert McHenry's “The Faith-Based Encyclopedia" is criticism of Wikipedia asserted that quality declines over time. Rather silly, as the one thing that is known about the quality of a given Wikipedia article is that it is bette... [Read More]

» First Two Laws of Commons-Based Peer Production from Many-to-Many
Brittanica editor Robert McHenry's “The Faith-Based Encyclopedia" is criticism of Wikipedia asserted that quality declines over time. Rather silly, as the one thing that is known about the quality of a given Wikipedia article is that it is bette... [Read More]

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