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> Knowledge Belongs to All of Us: A Look at Wikipedia as It Turns 17 - The Quint
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Knowledge Belongs to All of Us: A Look at Wikipedia as It Turns 17
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On 15 January, 2001, Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger founded Wikipedia. The idea of an online encyclopaedia was not new in 2001, with the first proposals for an online encyclopaedia dating back to 1993. However, Wikipedia's key difference was that it was ...

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