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post Mon 22nd January 2007, 10:01pm
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Unpaid Schill writes "Over on the O'Reilly Network, there's an interesting piece about how Microsoft tried to hire people to contribute to Wikipedia. Not wanting to do the edits directly, they were looking for an intermediary to make edits and corrections favorable to them. Why? According to the article, it was apparently both to let people know that Microsoft will not 'enable death squads with ...

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post Mon 22nd January 2007, 11:34pm
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An Interesting Offer: Get Paid to Contribute to Wikipedia
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post Mon 22nd January 2007, 11:44pm
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An Interesting Offer: Get Paid to Contribute to Wikipedia
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post Tue 23rd January 2007, 4:08pm
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Microsoft pays for Wikipedia edits
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By Nancy Gohring, IDG News Service. A software engineer in Australia has said he was offered payment by Microsoft to edit certain entries in the Wikipedia ...
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post Tue 23rd January 2007, 4:06pm
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( InfoWorld ) - A software engineer in Australia has said he was offered payment by Microsoft to edit certain entries in the Wikipedia online dictionary, opening a heated debate about the ethics of such a move. Rick Jelliffe, chief technology officer of XML tools company Topologi Pty. Ltd., said he will probably accept a contract from Microsoft to edit Wikipedia entries on ODF ...

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post Tue 23rd January 2007, 4:37pm
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Microsoft Pays For Wikipedia Edits?
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A software engineer in Australia says that he was offered money by Microsoft to edit Wikipedia entries pertaining to Microsoft products. ...
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post Tue 23rd January 2007, 3:59pm
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A software engineer in Australia has said he was offered payment by Microsoft to edit certain entries in the Wikipedia online dictionary, opening a heated debate about the ethics of such a move.

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post Tue 23rd January 2007, 6:40pm
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Microsoft said to offer payment for Wikipedia edits
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January 23, 2007 (IDG News Service) -- A software engineer in Australia has said he was offered payment by Microsoft Corp. to edit certain entries in the ...
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post Tue 23rd January 2007, 7:37pm
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Should Microsoft Pay for Wikipedia Edits?
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Australian engineer says he probably will take payment for tech edits on some Microsoft subjects. A software engineer in Australia has said he was offered ...
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post Tue 23rd January 2007, 8:17pm
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In a case of PR Web 2.0, Oreillynet.com blogger Rick Jelliffe will provide more balance on public articles pertaining to ODF/OOXML.

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post Tue 23rd January 2007, 10:15pm
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Microsoft Corp. landed in the Wikipedia doghouse Tuesday after it offered to pay a blogger to change technical articles on the community-produced Web encyclopedia site.



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post Tue 23rd January 2007, 10:14pm
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Microsoft Corp. landed in the Wikipedia doghouse Tuesday after it offered to pay a blogger to change technical articles on the community-produced Web encyclopedia site.

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post Tue 23rd January 2007, 10:36pm
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How dumb is Microsoft? No, really: a few weeks ago, they decided to "give" bloggers a free -- as in beer -- $2,300 Acer Ferrari laptop. When some people -- like me -- suggested that this sounded like a bribe, Microsoft immediately back-peddled.



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post Tue 23rd January 2007, 9:33pm
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A software engineer in Australia has said he was offered payment by Microsoft to edit certain entries in the Wikipedia online dictionary, opening a heated debate about the ethics of such a move.



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post Tue 23rd January 2007, 10:41pm
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Microsoft offers cash for Wikipedia edit
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By Brian Bergstein, AP Technology Writer | January 23, 2007. Microsoft Corp. landed in the Wikipedia doghouse Tuesday after it offered to pay a blogger to ...
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post Tue 23rd January 2007, 10:58pm
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Microsoft Corp. landed in the Wikipedia doghouse after it offered to pay a blogger to change what it views as inaccuracies in technical articles on the community-produced Web encyclopedia site.

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post Tue 23rd January 2007, 11:52pm
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Microsoft lands in hot water for offer to pay for Wikipedia edits
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By BRIAN BERGSTEIN | AP. BOSTON (AP) - Microsoft Corp. landed in the Wikipedia doghouse Tuesday after it offered to pay a blogger to change technical ...
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post Wed 24th January 2007, 12:01am
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Microsoft accused of offering to pay an Australian blogger to "correct errors" on technical articles on the Wikipedia site.

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