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  1. Wikimedia: Power, Leadership, and Movement Roles (7 replies)
  2. School children warned not to use Wikipedia (9 replies)
  3. "We have met the enemy and he is us." --Pogo (5 replies)
  4. Moved: Tom Brokaw BLP Vandalized (-- replies)
  5. SF Weekly article the Newsfeed didn't catch...... (1 replies)
  6. Wikiversity: Education Meets the Free Culture Movement (2 replies)
  7. Improving Wikipedia Coverage of Computer Science (from Slashdot) (0 replies)
  8. Malwebolence: The Trolls Among Us (6 replies)
  9. Abortion and why, since my boy fiddled my Wikipedia entry, I've ... - Mail on Sunday (6 replies)
  10. NPR's On the Media examines Wikipedia's political editing (0 replies)
  11. Wikipedia's fanatical transparency (Niagara Falls Review) (8 replies)
  12. New AP story about Wikipedia's money woes (0 replies)
  13. Britannica vs. Wikipedia: which is accurate? - Crusader (0 replies)
  14. Wikipedia Founder's Fling With Columnist Ends in Nasty Public Breakup - FOXNews (0 replies)
  15. Associated Press discovers Carolyn Doran (52 replies)
  16. Cade Metz on Wikia (1 replies)
  17. Wikipedia administrator alleges user is a 'sockpuppet', refuses to provide evidence, takes heat (7 replies)
  18. Man at centre of muscle-squeezing allegations says Wikipedia to blame - Lancashire Evening Post (0 replies)
  19. Wikipedia has worn out its welcome - Scripps News (4 replies)
  20. Wikipedia entries: from flood to trickle - p2pnet.net (0 replies)
  21. Wikipedia Review in the news (32 replies)
  22. I don't feel I can trust Wikipedia - ever again (1 replies)
  23. Wikipedia and the Intelligence Services (Ohmynews) (2 replies)
  24. Tim Dowling talks to Andrew Keen 'the antichrist of Silicon Valley' (Guardian Unlimited) (0 replies)
  25. Congressman's Wikipedia entry mixes fact and fiction - Cleveland Plain Dealer (0 replies)
  26. Five Things Wikipedia's Founder Has Learned About Online Collaboration - CIO (0 replies)
  27. Wikipedia's Google Penetration (WebProNews) (0 replies)
  28. Some Errors Defy Fixes: A Typo in Wikipedia’s Logo Fractures the ... - New York Times (0 replies)
  29. In Wikipedia we trust? - Cosmos (0 replies)
  30. Sand Castles of Knowledge (Post Classic) (1 replies)
  31. Was Gerry Adams in the IRA? Don't ask Wikipedia (Addict 3D) (0 replies)
  32. Richard Morse: An Open Letter to Wikipedia (HuffingtonPost) (0 replies)
  33. Wikipedia Source For 'New Yorker' A Fraud (WebProNews) (38 replies)
  34. Middlebury professors take a stand against Wikipedia (67 replies)
  35. Academic Credentials and Wikiality (Slashdot) (0 replies)
  36. Golfer Fuzzy Zoeller sues Miami firm for Wikipedia posting (54 replies)
  37. Microsoft PR Paying to "Correct" Wikipedia (Slashdot) (135 replies)
  38. Courts Turn to Wikipedia, but Selectively - New York Times (20 replies)
  39. Wikipedia Blocks Qatar (67 replies)
  40. Wikipedia co-founder plans new "search engine" (108 replies)
  41. Wikia announces openserving.com (63 replies)
  42. Amazon invests in Wikia (BizJournals) (12 replies)
  43. Censorship fears rise in Iran (Guardian Unlimited) (12 replies)
  44. U.S. intelligence unveils spy version of Wikipedia (75 replies)
  45. Can Wikipedia conquer expertise? (2 replies)
  46. Wikipedia blocked again in China (51 replies)
  47. China unblocks Chinese-Language Wikipedia (103 replies)
  48. Virus authors use Wikipedia to spread malware (84 replies)
  49. Wikipedia founder plans rival (95 replies)
  50. The Six Sins of the Wikipedia (13 replies)
  51. Poor recognition of the Wikipedia forgery site bug - heise Security (0 replies)
  52. Wikipedia deletes entries after critic finds plagiarism (AP) (38 replies)
  53. Teen charged after threat to school on Wikipedia (13 replies)
  54. Wikipedia: Beat It, Join It, or Ignore It? - Chronicle of Higher Education (6 replies)
  55. Wikipedia and the Trust Factor (4 replies)
  56. China Reverts Ban on Wikipedia (61 replies)
  57. Who Writes Wikipedia? - Aaron Swartz (1 replies)
  58. Editor's Note: Wikipedia Wars - Stanford Review (1 replies)
  59. Agence France Presse Copies Wikipedia (1 replies)
  60. I'm on Wikipedia, get me out of here - Guardian Unlimited (7 replies)
  61. Wikipedia vs. Britannica - Interview with Tom Panelas (2 replies)
  62. Can German engineering fix Wikipedia? (31 replies)
  63. Wales: Wikipedia will not bow to Chinese censors (20 replies)
  64. Steve Irwin's Wikipedia page defaced (13 replies)
  65. Jaron Lanier: Digital Maoism (11 replies)
  66. Lake Michigan ferries duke it out on Wikipedia (14 replies)
  67. Wikipedia geeks battle scourge of `vandals' and `sock puppets' (0 replies)
  68. Ken Lay's death prompts confusion on Wikipedia (Reuters (58 replies)
  69. Wikipedia founder gazes into site's future (InfoWorld) (5 replies)
  70. OLPC: Wikipedia to appear on $100 laptops (18 replies)
  71. Wales at Wikimania: "Less growth, more quality" (51 replies)
  72. It's on Wikipedia, So It Must Be True - Washington Post (2 replies)
  73. Wikipedia Censors Israel War News Site (4 replies)
  74. Why Wiki can drive you wacky (1 replies)
  75. Skutt Catholic high school sues Wikipedia (12 replies)
  76. The Rise of Wikipedia = The Fall of DMOZ? (2 replies)
  77. Defacing Wikipedia (0 replies)
  78. Campaigns Wikia Launched (29 replies)
  79. This time, it'll be a Wikiedia written by experts (1 replies)
  80. Wikipedia and the Credibility of Online Information (0 replies)
  81. Wikipedia Censorship, Corruption Deletes Criticism (0 replies)
  82. Wikipedia Condemned By World News Media (2 replies)
  83. Wikipedia may be fallible... (1 replies)
  84. A Thirst for Knowledge (0 replies)
  85. Wikipedia Edits Its Own Editing Policy (39 replies)
  86. Coke gets slammed on Wikipedia (8 replies)
  87. Wikipedia, Censorship, Israel and Terrorism (24 replies)
  88. Fake Encyclopedia Wikipedia Deletes Alt Media (2 replies)
  89. WikiTruth a "Hoax", says Jimbo (Village Voice) (13 replies)
  90. Wikipedia: A Nightmare Of Libel and Slander (17 replies)
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