Fri 2nd March 2012, 1:48am
QUOTE(Tarc @ Thu 1st March 2012, 5:59pm)
I pointed this out over a month ago, and a few times before that. Its web presence is virtually non-existent
, attempts to drum up support from other fanboys is met with silence
The sad thing would be if he stayed on Wikipedia, creating content and arguing against deletionists.
Or even sadder, if he went to Wikia and made $$$ for Wales and co.
Starting his own site was actually a very sane thing to do. Even with one guy, it's got enough content and is active enough that Alexa will soon start to notice.
The mentality that says anything but big websites is a waste of time really makes no sense to me. Yes, Wikipedia as a whole gets a bjillion views but your work degrades there so fast, it's not even worth it. On a little site your work could remain intact for years and get many more views (assuming views is your only reason for creating web content).
Look at what happened with Knol. How many people were suckered into that colossal time-waste?