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Tuesday, October 25, 2005

 
Interesting article in the Guardian Unlimited Technology section today - 'Can you trust Wikipedia?' Basically they got a number of experts in different areas to look at Wikipedia entries and comment on them. I won't go into great detail, since that's what the article is for, but the various experts rated the entries as:

7/10
0/10
7/10
6/10
6/10
8/10
5/10

Not exactly a great batting average. The article is worth reading as a bit of background to the whole trust issue.

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