On the front page of its National edition, The New York Times published the story "Growing Wikipedia Revises Its 'Anyone Can Edit' Policy", about Wikipedia's "new restrictions" on openness (see related story). Jimmy Wales responds in his blog, with "The New York Times gets it exactly backwards". The story was picked up by numerous other media who reprint Times content, and commented on in several blogs.
Colorado newspaper The Aspen Daily News discussed edits made by participants in Colorado political campaigns in "Candidate supporters use Wikipedia to spin, sling mud".
According to "Auctioneer eBay adds 'wiki'for tips about online selling" in the The China Post in Taiwan, eBay has launched its own http://www.ebaywiki.com on Tuesday at the eBay Live conference in Las Vegas. The wiki will allow eBay users to build a communal how-to guide for buying and selling. eBay joins Amazon.com in the ranks of major internet players who have added wiki functionality to their websites in recent months.