QUOTE(Newsfeed @ Fri 15th January 2010, 6:27pm)
<img alt="" height="1" width="1" />When scholarship meets [b]Wikipedia[/b]Los Angeles Times (blog)
Maybe you have to be something of a fan of early jazz to know coronetist Bix Beiderbecke -- he's in the picture above, horn pointed at the camera. ...
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An interesting and all too typical story. I particularly enjoyed:
No wonder he was angry. The editor's comments are riddled with grammatical errors ("does this implies", "alcoholic mistaken") and misspellings ("irrevelant", "consise"). While this is, admittedly, a behind-the-scenes discussion, the editor's critique is so sloppily written that it verges on the indecipherable.
I've long believed that Wikipedia can't succeed until it involves experts more in its processes, but this, of course, is why that's so difficult to accomplish. Good old Randy from Boise hates experts.