What I’m reading: The World and Wikipedia

Oct 8, 2009 by     1 Comment     Posted under: Culture, Internet, Media

I’m two-thirds of the way through The World and Wikipedia, an excellent resource by Andrew Dalby that delves into the history, the contributors, the fights, the founding, the glory, the articles, the pain and the international phenomenon that encompass Wikipedia and its associated projects. I will have a review up in about a week, but until then, order your copy today by clicking the book below….

World and Wikipedia by Andrew Dalby

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  • I hope you’re still enjoying the book, David. You might have been thinking how farsighted I was to feature ChildofMidnight’s work, e.g. his contributions to the Obama articles; because these articles, and CoM’s blocking, now turn out to be central to the “Law affair”, the latest little storm among Wikipedia admins. Or you might have been thinking I was just lucky …

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