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[XODP Blog] The Ongoing Viability of Wikia and Wikimedia

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For reasons that defy rational explanation, the powers that be at Wikia dispute the claim that Wikia is the for-profit counterpart of the non-profit Wikimedia
Internet Esquire
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Mar 26, 2008

[XODP Blog] This Just In: ODP Still Sucks

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While Googling my byline a month or so ago to keep current on any recent gossip about me, I stumbled upon a thread at Digital Point discussing the merits (or
Internet Esquire
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Nov 29, 2007

[XODP Blog] New comment on The Waning Relevance of Search Engines.

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Vasiliy Kiryanov has left a new comment on your post "The Waning Relevance of Search Engines": I like your article. The most I like point about search function
Vasiliy Kiryanov
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Sep 30, 2007

[XODP Blog] New comment on ODP/dMOZ - In Memoriam, Once Again.

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Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "ODP/dMOZ - In Memoriam, Once Again": June 2007. Dmoz has been offline for 48 hours. It's about time the dinosaur
Anonymous
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Jul 8, 2007

[XODP Blog] New comment on A Post Mortem on Zeal.

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Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "A Post Mortem on Zeal": This is over a year later and the ODP has reached a new low in irrational and cruel
Anonymous
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Jun 15, 2007

Project Proposal, Feedback, and Inquiry

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Hi, I recently joined this group, because I thought it would be a good forum to solicit some feedback regarding a project I founded. As former ODP editors, I'm
rob_chi80
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Apr 25, 2007

[XODP Blog] 4/12/2007 09:57:53 AM

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"The Terror Timeline" makes a strong case for Pakistani(ISI) involvement in 9/11. The Saudis clearly had foreknowledge of the attacks if not a supporting role.
Charleskou
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Apr 12, 2007

[XODP Blog] 3/19/2007 09:09:16 AM

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This scandal seems to be having an adverse effect on the daily financial donations to the Wikimedia Foundation: http://www.centiare.com/Wikipedia_scandals
Gregory Kohs
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Mar 19, 2007

[XODP Blog] Upgrading to Web 3.0

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The term "Web 2.0" was coined sometime in 2004 by Dale Dougherty of O'Reilly Media. Far from a new technical standard, Web 2.0 began as a marketing gimmick for
Internet Esquire
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Mar 19, 2007

[XODP Blog] 3/14/2007 03:49:47 AM

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From 10 things you did not know about Wikipedia : 6. We don't want you to trust us. Good Wikipedia articles are accompanied by liberal references and
Anonymous
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Mar 14, 2007

[XODP Blog] 3/10/2007 10:12:06 PM

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I don't necessarily put fault with the fact checker. I think that it is natural to expect a web site to maintain the accuracy of the data that is presented in
Internet Esquire
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Mar 10, 2007

[XODP Blog] The Waning Relevance of Search Engines

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When the Web was young -- i.e., before the advent of Yahoo! and Google -- USENET [sic] was the primary medium for fielding informational queries on the
Internet Esquire
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Mar 10, 2007

[XODP Blog] Jimbo Wales Feeds Wikipedians and the Press a Red Herri

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According to Brian Bergstein of the Associated Press: "Following revelations that a high-ranking member of Wikipedia's bureaucracy used his cloak of
Internet Esquire
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Mar 10, 2007

[XODP Blog] The Digg Effect

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The Digg website was launched just over two years ago on December 5th, 2004, and now boasts having some one million users. For those of you who have never
Internet Esquire
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Mar 9, 2007

[XODP Blog] 3/08/2007 01:56:28 PM

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You make a good point in contrasting the perceived personal risk of citing the New Yorker vs Wikipedia. However, it appears Wikipedia is trying to establish a
Pawlina
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Mar 8, 2007
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