Larry Sanger

Co-Founder, Wikipedia

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Co-Founder of Wikipedia.com and Editor-in-Chief of the Citizendium project

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Internet 2.0, the participatory websites that depend on content generated by users, is under attack.

Is Today's Internet Killing Our Culture?

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Internet 2.0 is defined by a new generation of participatory websites, which depend on content generated by users.

Experts, Amateurs and the Backlash against Internet 2.0

Internet 2.0 is defined by a new generation of participatory websites, which depend on content generated by users.

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