Recent mentions in the online press include:
- Is that so? – Researchers have developed automatic systems to evaluate information quality, and the Hebrew Wikipedia has been used as a test-bed for these ideas.
- A 'Frozen' Wikipedia Could Be Better for College, Founder Says – Wikipedia may soon have a feature that will allow particular versions of articles to be flagged as being free from vandalism, or possibly even vetted by a committee.
- HMS Britannic Optimistic About Deck-Chair Re-Arrangement – This author believes that the Encyclopedia Britannica's business model cannot compete with the free and up-to-date Wikipedia, but suggests that the company may still be able to leverage its brand name.
- Disobey! – Wikipedia and other online communities may simply embody "theoretical" free speech, because they result, at best, in lively subcultures up against the tide of corporate-produced content.