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"What's next? Time peeks into the future", a summary of this week's Time Magazine cover story, says " Time tech expert Lev Grossman writes, we're living in an age of individual innovation spurred on by the Internet as well as what he calls "individual altruism" — a form of group project best represented by resources like Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia that is edited by the masses instead of an elite cadre of professional editors." The story was also prominently displayed on the front page of the website (which features Time content).

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== Possible mention ==

Since this may fall under WP:AUTO, I'm going to list it here and let someone else decide.  ;)

I made a point of mentioning Wikipedia in a recent interview at Wikipedia also came up multiple times during the related Slashdot thread. I figure it's a tenuous case for whether or not it counts as "Wikipedia in the News", but I wanted to at least point it out. :) The interview is probably also worth adding under either "References" or "External links" at Elonka Dunin. FYI, --Elonka 04:03, 15 March 2006 (UTC)[reply]

Another mention

Here is another mention I stumbled accross

The article can be read for free on UK Watch at A Little Plagiarism.

He says "The Wikipedia website, which appears to be the main source for Oxford students’ essays, could have a laugh by writing stuff such as President Harry Truman invented gravity and goldfish were discovered by the Belgians, just to see it pop up in hundreds of exam answers"

--JK the unwise 16:06, 16 March 2006 (UTC)[reply]


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