William Beutler

Strategist, New Media Strategies

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Writer and consultant in Washington, DC; strategist for New Media Strategies and regular contributor to Wikipedia, he write The Wikipedian blog, which aims to educate people about Wikipedia

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According to Google co-founder Sergey Brin, it's "one of the greatest triumphs of the Internet." But is  Wikipedia  all that it claims to be?

Wikipedia: The Wisdom and the Folly of Crowds

According to Google co-founder Sergey Brin, it's "one of the greatest triumphs of the Internet." But is Wikipedia all that it claims to be?

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