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Weekly#8: Anyone can be a Journalist

After last class, I got a little more respect for Wikipedia. While modern encyclopedias carry an innovative approach and an attractive freshness in terms of content, traditional encyclopedias – made with greater diligence – carry an aura of ultimate knowledge, … Continue reading

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Weekly#7: Published encyclopedia or Wikipedia?

In “The Book Stops Here”, published in Wired, Daniel H. Pink said it all: “Encyclopedias aspire to be infallible. But Wikipedia requires that the perfect never be the enemy of the good. Citizen editors don’t need to make an entry … Continue reading

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