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In the media Edward Snowden a "hero"; German Wikipedia court ruling
2013-12-11
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales caught headlines last week when he referred to former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden ... Loek Essers of the International Data Group, (IDG) News Service is reporting that a German court has held Wikipedia liable for its content, but still does not have to fact check the information in advance.
In the media Rand Paul plagiarizes Wikipedia?
2013-10-30
While giving a speech on behalf of a gubernatorial candidate, Paul advocated his pro-life position, and compared allowing unrestricted abortions to the film Gattaca. He went on to use strikingly similar language and phraseology in his speech to what the Wikipedia page reads. The Washington Post{{'}}s article conceded that Wikipedia is a widely used source for trivial information, but mocked the fact that a politician would view it as a reliable source.
In the media The decline of Wikipedia; Sue Gardner releases statement on Wiki-PR; Australian minister relies on Wikipedia
2013-10-23
MIT Technology Review published a long article on what it called "The decline of Wikipedia". Editor involvement has decreased since 2007; according to the article, this has had an adverse qualitative effect on content, particularly on issues pertinent to non-British and American male geeks.
In the media College credit for editing Wikipedia
2013-10-09
The University of California, San Francisco attracted substantial media attention over its new course offering that will give credit to fourth year medical students for editing Wikipedia articles about medicine.
In the media Fox News: Wikipedia abandons efforts to purge porn from online encyclopedia
2013-09-25
Fox News writer Perry Chiaramonte published an article detailing Wikipedia's alleged abandonment of its fight to remove pornography.
In the media Lawyer goes to court to discover Wikipedian's identity; Storming Wikipedia; Wikimedia UK Secretary in conflict-of-interest controversy; Does Wikipedia need a "right to reply" box?
2013-09-11
'The National Law Journal reported on September 9 that lawyer Susan L. Burke has been taking legal steps to discover the identity of Wikipedia editor . Zujua had edited her biography, allegedly adding misleading content about various lawsuits in the process
In the media Manning "put back in the closet"; State involvement in the Azerbaijani Wikipedia
2013-09-04
Manning "put back in the closet"; State involvement in Azerbaijani Wikipedia: After media praise for Wikipedia's decision to move the Bradley Manning article to Chelsea Manning, the reversion of that page move on August 31, after a discussion in which several hundred Wikipedians participated, has so far triggered less favourable feedback, as well as a blog post from Wikimedia Foundation Executive Director Sue Gardner expressing her disappointment with the decision.
In the media Chelsea Manning, Box-office predictors, and 'Storming Wikipedia'
2013-08-28
Wikipedia's gender identity MOS section and its effect on Chelsea Manning was both praised and emulated in the media this week. ... Coverage of the distributed open collaborative course called "Storming Wikipedia" continued this week.
In the media Chinese censorship
2013-08-14
One major story that came out of Wikimania was Jimmy Wales' statements at the conference that he would prefer to have Wikipedia banned entirely in mainland China than censored as it is currently.
In the media Wikipedia flamewars
2013-07-24
The Washington Post reported Tuesday on the most controversial articles on various language Wikipedias as determined by a cross-continental research group.
In the media Jimmy Wales is not an Internet billionaire; a mass shooter's alleged Wikipedia editing
2013-07-03
Amy Chozick's profile of Jimmy Wales in the New York Times sparked significant controversy in international news outlets this week, including from Wales, who responded to the piece as a whole with a lengthy talk page statement.
In the media Daily Dot on Commons and porn; Jimmy Wales accused of breaking Wikipedia rules in hunt for Snowden
2013-06-26
The Daily Dot has examined the perennial controversy over explicit or pornographic media on Commons. This latest salvo was touched off when Russavia uploaded a portrait of Jimmy Wales made by the artist Pricasso, who paints with his genitalia.
In the media South African learners want Wikipedia; Editing of Israel topics
2013-06-19
Memeburn.com published an article on the yearning of students in South Africa for free knowledge through Wikipedia Zero.
In the media VisualEditor will "change world history"
2013-06-12
In an article published by the Huffington Post{{'}}s United Kingdom edition, writer Thomas Church asserts that the new VisualEditor will change history, literally. It says that Wikipedia's mark-up language has been to its advantage, as most people didn't bother trying to learn it
In the media China blocks secure version of Wikipedia
2013-06-05
An article on TheNextWeb.com says that the Chinese Government has effectively blocked Wikipedia by cutting off access to the HTTP Secure (https) "workaround", almost completely cutting off access to those in China.
In the media Pagans complain about Qworty's anti-Pagan editing
2013-05-27
In the continuing saga of User:Qworty's outing as author Robert Clark Young, several blogs and websites covered the now-banned user's anti-Pagan editing. In an article published on 22 May 2013, TechEye described Qworty's edits as a "reign of terror" and were pleased to find that he had not succeeded in removing several prominent Pagan biographies from the encyclopedia.
In the media Qworty incident continues
2013-05-20
Salon.com published another article detailing ongoing incidents with Wikipedia user Qworty and his role in the controversy involving Amanda Filipacchi's op-ed, including a series of revenge edits against Filipacchi in the days after she released it.
In the media PR firm accused of editing Wikipedia for government clients; can Wikipedia predict the stock market?
2013-05-13
An article published on May 10 on Odwyerpr.com written by Greg Hazley documented a "spar" between Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales and public relations firm Qorvis partner Matt Lauer, who disputes Wikipedia's guideline discouraging public relations firms from editing articles on their clients.
In the media New Wikipedia for Schools edition; Anders Behring Breivik's Wikipedia contributions
2013-05-06
On 26 April 2013, the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation published an article reviewing Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik's edits to the English Wikipedia.
In the media Wikipedia's sexism; Yuri Gadyukin hoax
2013-04-29
On 24 April 2013, novelist Amanda Filipacchi published what turned out to be an influential op-ed in the New York Times; illuminating the unusual background of the Yuri Gadyukin hoax.
In the media Wikipedia inaccurate, says Florence; New Wikipedia app for breaking news
2013-04-22
An article by John Sweeney published on 22 April 2013 on scnow.com, the website of the Florence, South Carolina Morning News, reported that Florence city officials have taken to monitoring and correcting the Wikipedia article on their city.
In the media Former WMF board member creates "Wikipedia Corporate Index" for Fleishman-Hillard PR agency
2013-02-25
Ex-WMF trustee creates "Wikipedia Corporate Index" for PR agency: On 13 February 2013, PR Report, the German sister publication of PR Week, published an article announcing that PR agency Fleishman-Hillard was offering a new analysis tool enabling companies to assess their articles in the German-language Wikipedia: the Wikipedia Corporate Index (WCI).
In the media Sue Gardner interviewed by the Australian press
2013-02-18
Sue Gardner's visit to Australia sparked a number of interviews in the Australian press, and she commented on Australian plans to surveil personal internet and telephone data.
In the media Wikipedia mirroring life in island ownership dispute
2013-02-11
Foreign Policy has published a report on editing of the Wikipedia articles on the Senkaku Islands and Senkaku Islands dispute. The uninhabited islands are under the control of Japan, but China and Taiwan are asserting rival territorial claims. Tensions have risen of late—and not just in the waters surrounding the actual islands.
In the media Star Trek Into Pedantry
2013-02-04
On 30 January 2013, Kevin Morris in the Daily Dot summarised the bitter debates in Wikipedia around capitalisation or non-capitalisation of the word "into" in the title of the upcoming Star Trek film, Star Trek Into Darkness.
In the media Hoaxes draw media attention; Sue Gardner's op-ed; Women of Wikipedia
2013-01-28
Hoaxes draw media attention: On New Year's Day, the Daily Dot reported that a "massive Wikipedia hoax" had been exposed after more than five years. The article on the Bicholim conflict had been listed as a "Good Article" for the past half-decade, yet turned out to be an ingenious hoax. Created in July 2007 by User:A-b-a-a-a-a-a-a-b-a, the meticulously detailed piece was approved as a GA in October 2007. A subsequent submission for FA was unsuccessful, but failed to discover that the article's key sources were made up. While the User:A-b-a-a-a-a-a-a-b-a account then stopped editing, the hoax remained listed as a Good Article for five years, receiving in the region of 150 to 250 page views a month in 2012. It was finally nominated for deletion on 29 December 2012 by ShelfSkewed—who had discovered the hoax while doing work on Category:Articles with invalid ISBNs—and deleted the same day.
In the media Is the Wikimedia movement too 'cash rich'?
2012-12-31
Is the Wikimedia movement too 'cash rich'?: The Telegraph and Daily Dot, among others, have alleged that there are multiple links between the WMF, Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales, and Kazakhstan's government, which is, for all intents and purposes, a one-party non-democratic state.
In the media Was climate change a factor in Hurricane Sandy?
2012-11-05
Hurricane Sandy was the largest Atlantic hurricane on record and has caused millions of dollars in damage. Naturally, Wikipedia covered it. But was Wikipedia's coverage unbiased?
In the media Wikipedia's language nerds hit the front page
2012-10-15
This week saw a front-page story in the Wall Street Journal on editorial debates in Wikipedia. The story focused on the title-naming dispute surrounding the Beatles article, and specifically the RfC on whether the 'the' in the band's name should be capitalized or not.
In the media Editor's response to Roth draws internet attention
2012-09-24
Editor's response to Roth draws internet attention: Oliver Keyes' (User:Ironholds) defense of Wikipedia against the recent Philip Roth controversy has drawn a significant amount of attention over the last week — "[they took] Roth’s explanation as the truth and launched into a lengthy discussion of how we [Wikipedia] handle primary sourcing."
In the media Author criticizes Wikipedia article; Wales attacks UK government proposal
2012-09-10
Philip Roth, a widely known and acclaimed American author, wrote an open letter in the New Yorker addressed to Wikipedia this week, alleging severe inaccuracies in the article on his The Human Stain (2000).
In the news American judges on citing Wikipedia
2012-08-20
In the Utah Court of Appeals this week, the majority opinion in Fire Insurance Exchange v. Robert Allen Oltmanns and Brady Blackner relied on Wikipedia for the basic premise of their legal opinion, and included a concurring opinion devoted solely to the issue of citing Wikipedia in a legal opinion.
In the news Public relations on Wikipedia: friend or foe?
2012-07-02
In the news Wales enters extradition battle; Wikipedia's political bias
2012-06-25
In the news What does Wikipedia call an expert; and untruths in biographies ... again.
2012-05-07
In the news Britannica runs out of print as Jimmy Wales anointed UK transparency tsar
2012-03-12
In the news Heights reached in search rankings, privacy and mental health info; clouds remain over content policing
2012-03-05
In the news Scholars and spindoctors contend with the emergent wikiorder
2012-02-13
In the news Leading scholar hails Wikipedia, historians urged to contribute while PR pros remain shunned
2012-02-06
In the news Zambian wiki-assassins, Foundation über alles, editor engagement and the innovation plateau
2012-01-30
In the news World watched as Wikipedia shut down for SOPA blackout
2012-01-23
In the news Wikipedia ends annual fundraising drive; Monmouthpedia launches
2012-01-09
In the news To save the wiki: strike first, then makeover?
2011-12-19
In the news Bell Pottinger investigation, Gardner on gender gap, and another plagiarist caught red-handed
2011-12-12
In the news A Wikistream of real time edits, a call for COI reform, and cracks in the ivory tower of knowledge
2011-12-05
In the news The closed, unfriendly world of Wikipedia, fundraiser fun and games, and chemists vs pornstars
2011-11-28
In the news Indian wikiconference heralds expansion, fundraiser in Silicon Valley major donor coup, import of Wikipedia reconsidered
2011-11-21
In the news Fundraising vs ads redux, WikiConference India nigh, a world lit up with articles
2011-11-14
In the news The Economist assays the encyclopaedia's challenges, Jimbo speaks on net future, and an inclusionist alternative emerges.
2011-11-07
In the news Citizendium on the rocks, Shankbone celebrated, and the week in vandalism
2011-10-31
In the news Are Wikipedians reluctant journalists?; Wikipedia:The Musical
2011-10-24
In the news Why Wikipedia survives while others haven't; Wikipedia as an emerging social model; Jimbo speaks out
2011-10-17
In the news Uproar over Italian shutdown, the varying reception of BLP mischief, and Wikipedia's doctor-evangelist
2011-10-10
In the news QRpedia launches to acclaim, Jimbo talks social media, Wikipedia attracts fungi, terriers and Greeks bearing gifts
2011-10-03
In the news Sockpuppeting journalist recants, search dominance threatened, new novels replete with Wikipedia references
2011-09-26
In the news Wikipedia: yesterday's news? Calls for women, doctors, and scholars of humanities; Wales makes Wikimedia work "look easy"
2011-09-19
In the news 9/11 coverage, Wikimedia hypothetically rebranded and Wikipedia golf 2.0
2011-09-12
In the news Britannica and Wikipedia like "apples and chairs"; should anyone who's anyone get an article?; and why fighting and barriers to editing may be useful after all
2011-09-05
In the news Wikipedia praised for disaster news coverage, scolded for left-wing bias; brief news
2011-08-29
In the news Journalist regrets not checking citation, PR firms issue advice on how to "survive" Wikipedia (but U.S. Congressman caught red-handed)
2011-08-22
In the news Wikipedia a "sausage fest", Chicago Wikipedians ("the people you've probably plagiarized"), and other silly season stories
2011-08-15
In the news Israeli news focuses on Wikimania; worldwide coverage of contributor decline and gender gap; brief news
2011-08-08
In the news Consensus of Wikipedia authors questioned about Shakespeare authorship; 10 biggest edit wars on Wikipedia; brief news
2011-08-01
In the news Open access clash with copyright; rising reader satisfaction; the wiki-correlates of geopolitical instability; brief news
2011-07-25
In the news Fine art; surreptitious sanitation; the politics of kyriarchic marginalization; brief news
2011-07-18
In the news Britannica and Wikipedia compared; Putin award criticized; possible journalistic sockpuppeting
2011-07-11
In the news WikiLove roll-out; €25,000 in damages for being removed from Wikipedia; brief news
2011-07-04
In the news Russian president uploads to Wikimedia Commons; brief news
2011-06-27
In the news Wikipedia could become trusted medical resource; neologism controversy; news in brief
2011-06-20
In the news Revere, Palin and Colbert generate activity; British Wikipedia "cleanser"; brief news
2011-06-13
In the news 60% of doctors use Wikipedia; growing in India; brief news
2011-06-06
In the news Collaboration with academia; world heritage; xkcd; eG8 summit; ISP subpoena; brief news
2011-05-30
In the news Death of the expert?; superinjunctions saga continues; World Heritage status petitioned and debated; brief news
2011-05-23
In the news Education minister's speech copied from Wikipedia; Jimmy Wales interviewed; brief news
2011-05-16
In the news Billionaire trying to sue Wikipedians; "Critical Point of View" book published; World Bank contest; brief news
2011-05-09
In the news Wikipedia users name "superinjunction celebrities"; brief news
2011-05-02
In the news Low-hanging fruit and sustainability; Qwiki on iPad; sceptic critic; brief news
2011-04-25
In the news Wikipedia accurate on US politics, plagiarized in court, and compared to Glass Bead Game; brief news
2011-04-18
In the news What if experts just want to get their links into Wikipedia?; brief news
2011-04-11
In the news Academic contributions; Jimmy Wales weighs in on murder trial controversy; brief news
2011-04-04
In the news Sue Gardner interviewed; Imperial College student society launched; Indian languages; brief news
2011-03-28
In the news Ward Cunningham's rich child; Indian donations; data mining Wikipedia; brief news
2011-03-21
In the news Paying US$1,000 to correct a Wikipedia error; brief news
2011-03-14
In the news "Truth in Numbers?" interview; 94% women; Google algorithm update; brief news
2011-03-07
In the news Egypt and Jordan likely candidates for Wikimedia office; Sanger interview; brief news
2011-02-28
In the news Egyptian revolution and Wikimania 2008; Jimmy Wales' move to the UK, Africa and systemic bias; brief news
2011-02-21
In the news Wikipedia wrongly blamed for Super Bowl gaffe; "digital natives" naive about Wikipedia; brief news
2011-02-14
In the news Wikipedia controversies about Mormon topics examined; brief news
2011-02-07
In the news Facebook hack; gender gap; What is the Wikipedia "community"?; brief news
2011-01-31
In the news The 2002 Spanish fork and ads revisited; Wikipedia still failing to fail; brief news
2011-01-24
In the news Anniversary coverage continues; Thai government translates Wikipedia; brief news
2011-01-17
In the news Anniversary coverage begins; Wikipedia as new layer of information authority; inclusionist project
2011-01-10
In the news Fundraising success media coverage; brief news
2011-01-03
In the news Designing Wikipedia and the origin of page histories; brief news
2010-12-27
In the news Faulty story urges for advertising on Wikipedia; brief news
2010-12-20
In the news Confusion about Wikileaks continues, Wikipedia vs. Britannica in India, and more
2010-12-13
In the news Amazon "shopping-enabling" Wikipedia; Al Jazeera interview; be like Wikipedia
2010-12-06
In the news Fundraising banners continue to provoke; plagiarism charges against congressional climate change report
2010-11-29
In the news Jimbo Wales interviewed and parodied; Wikipedia in politics
2010-11-22
In the news How big can Wikipedia pictures get?; fundraising season
2010-11-15
In the news WP prose praised, Public Policy update, education debate, WP documentary
2010-11-08
In the news Airplane construction with Wikipedia, lessons from the strategy project, logic over rhetoric
2010-11-01
In the news Good faith vs. bad faith, climate change, court citations, weirdest medieval fact, brief news
2010-10-25
In the news Free culture conference, "The Register" retracts accusations, students blog about Wikipedia, and more
2010-10-11
In the news Spanish police pursues BLP vandals, Jimbo interviewed, advice for experts and spammers
2010-10-04
In the news Wikimedia moves into India, critical conference, Vandalism detection contest
2010-09-27
In the news Rush Limbaugh falls for Wikipedia hoax, Public Policy Initiative, Nature cites Wikipedia
2010-09-20
In the news Public Policy Initiative, Houellebecq plagiarism?, Article revisions as book
2010-09-13
In the news WikiLeaks and Wikipedia; Google–WP collaboration to translate health information
2010-09-06
In the news Agatha Christie spoiled, Wales on Wikileaks, University students improve Wikipedia, and more
2010-08-30
In the news Zionist editing courses, newspaper denies editing candidate, net neutrality
2010-08-23
In the news Supportive communication and missing incentives on Wikipedia, and more
2010-08-16
In the news Wikinews interviews Umberto Eco, and more
2010-08-09
In the news Gardner and Sanger on why people edit Wikipedia, Fancy and frugal reading devices, Medical article assessed
2010-08-02
In the news Wikipedia leads in customer satisfaction, Google Translate and India, Citizendium transition, Jimbo's media accolade
2010-07-26
In the news Wikimania, Former Wikimedia employee looks back, Editing controversial articles
2010-07-19
In the news Foundation plans, David Barton, dangerous occasional glitches
2010-07-12
In the news Accidentally anonymized donation, democratized learning and more
2010-07-05
In the news Wikipedia controlled by pedophiles, left-wing trolls, Islamofascists and Communist commandos?
2010-06-28
In the news Wikipedia better than Britannica, Pending changes as a victory of tradition, and more
2010-06-21
In the news Hoaxes in France and at university, Wikipedia used in Indian court, Is Wikipedia a cult?, and more
2010-06-14
In the news Cancer coverage, cognitive surplus, Wikipedia monarchy, and more
2010-06-07
In the news In the news
2010-05-17
In the news Commons pornography purge, and more
2010-05-10
In the news Government promotes Tamil Wikipedia, and more
2010-05-03
In the news Making sausage, Jimmy Wales on TV, and more!
2010-04-26
In the news Study of featured article quality, Facebook's integration of Wikipedia, and more!
2010-04-19
In the news SCOTUS hopeful edited bio, criticism from article subject
2010-04-12
In the news Wikipedia influences drug terminology, brief headlines
2010-04-05
In the news Overdue correction, Critical Point of View conference, brief headlines
2010-03-29
In the news Campaign for video, costs of crowdsourcing, iPhone app, brief headlines
2010-03-22
In the news Studies on collaboration and student usage, Main Page drives traffic to Time.com
2010-03-15
In the news Pentagon shooter used Wikipedia, soon iPhone OS will too
2010-03-08
In the news Idealizing the Star Spangled Banner, Curious Announcement, and more
2010-03-01
In the news Macmillan's Wiki-textbooks and more
2010-02-22
In the news Labor squeeze revisited, journalist consultations, philosophy bungles, and more
2010-02-15
In the news Robson Revisions, Rumble in the Knesset, and more
2010-02-08
In the news Wikipedia on CDs, BBC uses Wikipedia content, and more
2010-02-01
In the news Wikipedia the disruptor?
2010-01-25
In the news Wikipedia on the road, and more
2010-01-18
In the news Wikipedia in British schools, Hitler's Downfall meme, and more
2010-01-11
In the news Financial Times, death rumors, Google maps and more
2010-01-04
In the news Criticism from climate change sceptic, decade in review
2009-12-28
In the news Accusation of bias, misreported death, and more
2009-12-21
In the news Ron Livingston sues vandal, disclosure of IP address ordered, brief headlines
2009-12-07
In the news Reports of Wikipedia's demise, prescriptions for its ills, and more
2009-11-30
In the news The Decline of Wikipedia, and more
2009-11-23
In the news German lawsuit, Jimbo interview and more
2009-11-16
In the news Beefeater vandalism, interview, and more
2009-11-09
In the news Editor profiled in Washington Post, Wikia magazines, and more
2009-10-26
In the news Sanger controversy reignited, Limbaugh libelled, and more
2009-10-19
In the news IOC objects to Creative Commons license, Wikipedia at Yale, and more
2009-10-12
In the news Wikipedia used by UN, strange AFDs, iPhone reality
2009-10-05
In the news Stunting of growth, Polanski protected and more
2009-09-28
In the news Wales everywhere, participation statistics, and more
2009-09-21
In the news Reporter's kidnap blackout affects Wikipedia, and more
2009-09-14
In the news Gender statistics, editors sued, and more
2009-09-07
In the news WikiTrust, Azerbaijan-Armenia edit wars
2009-08-31
In the news Health care coverage, 3 million articles, inkblots, and more
2009-08-24
In the news Reports of Wikipedia's imminent death greatly exaggerated, and more
2009-08-17
In the news Shrinking community, GLAM-Wiki, and more
2009-08-10
In the news Dispute over Rorschach test images, and more
2009-08-03
In the news Assorted news coverage of Wikipedia
2009-07-27
In the news Britannica brand still popular, Wikipedia 'a desert' for good portraits
2009-07-20
In the news More on kidnapping, vandalism commentary, libel suit, and more
2009-07-13
In the news Wikipedia and kidnapping, also new comedy series
2009-07-06
In the news Wired editor plagiarizes Wikipedia, Google News Support
2009-06-29
In the news Wikipedia impacts town's reputation, assorted blogging
2009-06-22
In the news In the Google News, London Review of Books, and more
2009-06-15
In the news ArbCom in the news, weak coverage of Italian firms, and more
2009-06-08
In the news Tamil Wikipedia, Internet Watch Foundation, and more
2009-06-01
In the news Wikipedia: threat or menace?
2009-05-25
In the news Arbitrator blogs, French government edits, brief headlines
2009-05-18
In the news Quote hoax replicated in traditional media, and more
2009-05-11
In the news Calling Dr. Wikipedia, the cause of Encarta's fall, and more
2009-05-04
In the news Wikipedia Art dispute, and brief headlines
2009-04-27
In the news Wikia Search abandoned, university plagiarism, and more
2009-04-06
In the news Censorship, social media in schools, and more
2009-03-30
In the news Alternatives, IWF threats, and more
2009-03-23
In the news Manufactured scandal, Wikipedia assignments, and more
2009-03-16
In the news Politics, more politics, and more
2009-03-09
In the news Wikipedia's role in journalism, Smarter Wikipedia, Skittles
2009-03-02
In the news Lessons for Brits, patent citations
2009-02-23
In the news Political tiff, error repeated in press, predictions of doom
2009-02-16
In the news Wikipedia in the news: Wikipedia's future, WikiDashboard, and "wiki-snobs"
2009-02-08
In the news Wikipedia in the news: Flagged Revisions, Internet Explorer add-on
2009-01-31
In the news Wikipedia in the news: Britannica, Kennedy, Byrd not dead yet
2009-01-24
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2009-01-17
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2009-01-10
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2009-01-03
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2008-12-01
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2008-11-24
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2008-09-22
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2008-09-08
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2008-08-25
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2008-07-07
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2008-06-30
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2008-06-09
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2008-06-02
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2008-05-26
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2008-05-19
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2008-05-12
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2008-05-09
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2008-05-02
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2008-04-21
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2008-04-14
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2008-04-07
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2008-03-24
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2008-03-17
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2008-03-13
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2008-02-25
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2008-02-18
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2008-02-11
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2008-02-04
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2008-01-28
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2008-01-21
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2008-01-14
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2008-01-07
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2008-01-02
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2007-12-26
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2007-12-17
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2007-12-10
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2007-12-03
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2007-11-26
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2007-11-19
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2007-11-12
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2007-10-15
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2007-10-08
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2007-10-01
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2007-09-17
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2007-09-10
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2007-09-03
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2007-08-27
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2007-08-20
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2007-08-13
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2007-07-30
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2007-07-23
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2007-07-16
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2007-04-23
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2007-04-09
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2007-04-02
Essjay New Yorker correction dogs arbitrator into departure
2007-03-05
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2007-02-19
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2007-02-05
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2007-01-22
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2007-01-15
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2007-01-02
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2006-12-26
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2006-12-11
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2006-12-04
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2006-11-27
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2006-11-20
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2006-11-13
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2006-11-06
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2006-10-23
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2006-10-16
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2006-10-09
Grupthink Wall Street Journal associates Wikipedia with Grupthink
2006-10-09
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2006-10-02
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2006-09-25
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2006-09-18
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2006-09-05
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2006-08-28
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2006-08-21
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2006-08-14
Wikiality Wikipedia satire leads to vandalism, protections
2006-08-07
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2006-08-07
The Onion Onion riff prompts some to cry for change
2006-07-31
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2006-07-31
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2006-07-24
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