Re: OT: Wikipedia as a reference source
This article adds absolutely nothing to the debate... but it did make me
Wikipedia celebrates 750 years of U.S. democracy:
Happy weekend, everyone.
On a more serious note, this week's New Yorker has an excellent article on Wikipedia; it provides a more complete picture of strengths, weaknesses, and internal processes than I'd seen elsewhere. Worth a read for anyone interested in the subject.
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