Larry Sanger

Co-Founder, Wikipedia

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

Larry Sanger on KCRW

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

Is Today's Internet Killing Our Culture?

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

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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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