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  1. Pinned: Important Wikipedia-related blogs (16 replies)
  2. Pinned: Wikipedia Review Opinions & Editorials (0 replies)
  3. Pinned: Wikipedia-related Podcasts (0 replies)
  4. Pinned: Criticisms of Wikipedia (0 replies)
  5. "Wikipedia Hasn't Forgiven GoDaddy" (1 replies)
  6. LOOKS LIKE WIKIPEDIA REVIEW IS DEAD. (1 replies)
  7. Yechiel Robinson (14 replies)
  8. "How to troll WP" (1 replies)
  9. Someone wrote a dissertation (0 replies)
  10. James Altucher runs into a Jimbo Wall (10 replies)
  11. More Reddit WP-suckery (1 replies)
  12. Why are pornstars more notable than scientists on Wikipedia? (5 replies)
  13. Brandon Harris again (8 replies)
  14. SEO expert Danny Sullivan (0 replies)
  15. On vulvas and assholes (8 replies)
  16. Making the world a better place (0 replies)
  17. Geogre's Daily Kos Diary (16 replies)
  18. "Feral Otaku" (0 replies)
  19. Hey Malik Shabazz!! (3 replies)
  20. "Basic Human Decency" (0 replies)
  21. Whose Point of View? (2 replies)
  22. Pippa Middleton AFD (7 replies)
  23. Wikimedia Stewards (35 replies)
  24. Wikipedia sucks (1 replies)
  25. Angry Birds vs. Wikipedia (2 replies)
  26. Moved: “Wikipedia Is Sexist” (-- replies)
  27. Blogs on WP and women (2 replies)
  28. Bloggers: don't cite WP as a source! (2 replies)
  29. stupid new meme (2 replies)
  30. Interpretation of WMF fund banner data (2 replies)
  31. WWII according to Wikipedia (3 replies)
  32. Kelly Martin : Arbitrary Notions (64 replies)
  33. Teen pornography continues unabated (4 replies)
  34. Plagiarismtoday.com (3 replies)
  35. Wikipedia vs. Google Knol (4 replies)
  36. Everybody’s reaction to Wikipedia has gotten warmer over time (50 replies)
  37. Two new examples of the awfulness of crowdsourcing (1 replies)
  38. Funniest sock-puppetry ever (2 replies)
  39. New totally-Wikipedia site (19 replies)
  40. "The Wikipedia Blues" (12 replies)
  41. Wikiversity: When Breaching Experiments Attack (10 replies)
  42. Neoliberalism and Wikipedia (5 replies)
  43. Wikipedia foe becomes a fan (3 replies)
  44. So, Jimmy, you started Wikipedia by yourself... (2 replies)
  45. Sheeeeeit (1 replies)
  46. Ubuntard weighs in on WIkipedia's decline (3 replies)
  47. P2P Foundation (4 replies)
  48. In praise of Wikimedia Strategy (5 replies)
  49. Doodling for Wikipedia (4 replies)
  50. The Mike Handel Story (49 replies)
  51. Akahele: Tilikum and Wikipedia (11 replies)
  52. Officious Prick-ipediA (2 replies)
  53. Dirk Bradshaw's readers ream Jimbo (0 replies)
  54. "Developing a Vandalism Detector For Wikipedia" -- Slashdot (4 replies)
  55. Jimmy Wales interview (2 replies)
  56. Shankbone: Barely any traffic from WP (6 replies)
  57. A Serious Solution to the BLP Problem (31 replies)
  58. "Even uncooler than editing Wikipedia..." (33 replies)
  59. 30% of BLPs have an equivalent on paper somewhere (2 replies)
  60. Patrick Byrne's blog today mentions WP (1 replies)
  61. Technology as religion? (2 replies)
  62. Godwin and Bolen duke it out. (1 replies)
  63. 9+ Errors in Today's Featured Article (26 replies)
  64. Jimbo and homelessness (7 replies)
  65. The Five Faces Of Jimbo (0 replies)
  66. On Wikipedia (7 replies)
  67. Jimmy Wales compared to Mother Teresa (8 replies)
  68. A child's garden of wikipedia, part I - ScienceBlogs (blog) (6 replies)
  69. CheckUser Safety Tips, Part XIV (0 replies)
  70. Ron Livingston, Wikipedia, Google, and the Sourness of Grapes (8 replies)
  71. Ron Livingston, growth, and Wikipedia (6 replies)
  72. Does genius bloom... (7 replies)
  73. Jimbo cheaps out on a wedding gift (11 replies)
  74. Nonvocal's blog (54 replies)
  75. Durova (17 replies)
  76. Redditors debate WP's accuracy (yet again) (2 replies)
  77. Reddit (re)discovers the BAD IMAGES list (1 replies)
  78. Obama state dinner crasher Michaele Salahi wikipedia page:Volume III - Examiner.com (2 replies)
  79. TWO Ayn Rand mockings in one weekend! (5 replies)
  80. Akahele - The State of the Human Economy (0 replies)
  81. The Search for the Wikipedia Libelist - American Thinker (10 replies)
  82. Hot Topics: Managing Online Communities (2 replies)
  83. Akahele - False sense of security (3 replies)
  84. "Wikipedia is merely more transparent about it."--Reddit thread (0 replies)
  85. Etaoin Shrdlu (2 replies)
  86. Wikipedia growth has plateaued (8 replies)
  87. Why wikipedia is like eternal life - ScienceBlogs (4 replies)
  88. Akahele - Conflicted boards (11 replies)
  89. Being transparent, being right and crowdsourced journalism (0 replies)
  90. Akahele - The Singularity is near, but does it matter? (5 replies)
  91. Rorschach Wikipedia Debate, When Will Wales Finally Step In? (5 replies)
  92. John Derbyshire on his Wikipedia article (3 replies)
  93. Wikipedia, my personal"mea culpa" - Examiner.com (0 replies)
  94. This is causing great amusement on Reddit (1 replies)
  95. Boing Boing mentions the NPG/Dcoetzee mess (0 replies)
  96. "Earthrise" taken by Apollo 8 astronaut William Anders, from ... (0 replies)
  97. Wikimedia Foundation Form 990 (21 replies)
  98. Akahele - How to read Wikipedia (5 replies)
  99. HILO Heroes - Hilobrow blog (0 replies)
  100. Too Hot to Handel? Wikipedia’s Troubled Role in State Political Campaigns Continues (0 replies)
  101. Ikkyu2’s essay (1 replies)
  102. Wikipedia, accurate enough for me. - Examiner.com (0 replies)
  103. Akahele - Spying 2.0 (0 replies)
  104. Wikipedia: still a hot button topic - Examiner.com (0 replies)
  105. Wikipedia vs. Skynet: How To Tell Them Apart? (2 replies)
  106. Wikipedia is a good source, says awesomeguy68 - Examiner.com (0 replies)
  107. Wikipedia editors for hire (5 replies)
  108. Sam Vaknin : Wikipedia’s Six Cardinal Sins (10 replies)
  109. Mike Linksvayer - medical update (2 replies)
  110. Akahele - Connectivity, Intent and the “new reality” (4 replies)
  111. Now that’s tragic! (17 replies)
  112. Akahele - Wikipedia goes to Washington (0 replies)
  113. Fotopedia: The New Wikipedia for Photos - Examiner.com (0 replies)
  114. Akahele - Wikipedia, Wikimedia, and Smartphones (2 replies)
  115. Biographies of living persons: An ingenious compromise? (16 replies)
  116. Akahele creates Wikipedia Art remixes (6 replies)
  117. Akahele: The inevitability of Web 2.0 (2 replies)
  118. Wikipedia bans Church of Scientology (4 replies)
  119. Akahele - The anonymous swarm (1 replies)
  120. Greg Kohs's interview about Akahele, Wikipedia and web 2.0 (0 replies)
  121. NYB on The Volokh Conspiracy (91 replies)
  122. Akahele - Survey says... (5 replies)
  123. "Converting" the tribe.... (4 replies)
  124. Never Fear! The WP Freedom Fighters are here! (0 replies)
  125. Akahele - Node what you don't know (11 replies)
  126. Danny Wool: WP a "mainstream news media"? (22 replies)
  127. Democratic Underground (1 replies)
  128. Jimmy Wales - He Gets It. (4 replies)
  129. Akahele - Making a moot point (6 replies)
  130. Conceptual artist Scott Kildall is a troll, says Wikipedia founder ... - Examiner.com (0 replies)
  131. Akahele - The trade of free culture (1 replies)
  132. Akahele - Searching for answers (18 replies)
  133. Seth Finkelstein (12 replies)
  134. Akahele - Guilt, Shame, and Remorse (13 replies)
  135. Mapping the Contents in Wikipedia (2 replies)
  136. Durova : Arbitrators and risk avoidance (19 replies)
  137. Sympathy for the Sanger (4 replies)
  138. Co-Floundering in a Sea of M.U.D. (1 replies)
  139. Akahele - Anthony DiPierro (1 replies)
  140. Jimmy Wales Definitely Not Getting His Wikipedia Jet Now - Gawker (2 replies)
  141. Akahele - Judd Bagley (36 replies)
  142. Wikipedia: Putting Reliable Sources Out of Business (1 replies)
  143. AntiSocial Media (199 replies)
  144. Wikipedia and Art (20 replies)
  145. Larry Sanger = "Mid-importance" (11 replies)
  146. Nicholas Carr (7 replies)
  147. "Rod Dreher" and Wikipedia (0 replies)
  148. Kohs on Akahele (11 replies)
  149. Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable (13 replies)
  150. Seth Finkelstein (9 replies)
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