Thu 26th April 2012, 3:21am
<img alt="" height="1" width="1" />[b]Wikipedia: Encyclopedia Of Mistakes - OpEd[/b]Eurasia Review
By Natalya Kovalenko Six out of ten articles of Wikipedia lead internet users into error. American researchers from the Public Relations Journal that is published quarterly say that more than 50 per cent of Wikipedia articles, which are very popular ...View the article
Thu 26th April 2012, 8:36am
One problem with Wikipedia, related to simple factual mistakes, is inconsistency: if someone wants to learn about a subject they obviously search for it and click on the article, but then they probably want to go onto a related subject heavily mentioned in said article. The problem is that, because anyone can edit Wikipedia, that article may have conclusions or present information in a way quite different from the prior article. The biggest problem is when you have a bunch of related articles that are put through all sorts of POV distortions.