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How Important Is Wikipedia In The Grand Scheme Of Things?
By: Bill Platt
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  • How Important Is Wikipedia In The Grand Scheme Of Things?
  • The fact that...
  • The convenience of...
  • Lazy Research...
  • Academia is generally...
  • For those involved...
  • The Good Faith...
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    How Important Is Wikipedia In The Grand Scheme Of Things? - Academia is generally...

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    Academia is generally as responsible for the falling academic performance of students as website sources such as Wikipedia. Although academia shares in the blame for falling academic performance with poor resources like Wikipedia, this shared blame should not excuse Wikipedia's less than ideal service record.

    One Thousand Monkeys Typing The Next Great Novel

    Wikipedia and all of its sister projects are not perfect. They are websites dedicated to providing knowledge to everyone. Those willing to share what they have learned donate to this knowledge base in hopes of helping others. At least, that is what they do in theory.

    The Wikipedia frontier has real possibility for the future, but behind the scenes, it is rife with "monkeys learning to type the next great novel," as sourced in the Infinite Monkey Theorem at ( There are some areas of the Wikipedia that are definitely lacking in information and credibility, and yet when someone makes a gesture to add to the Wiki knowledge base, some editors frame these new contributions as unsupportable and unacceptable additions to the Wikipedia world.

    The Wikipedia world relies upon its published Code Of Conduct to drive the decisions of its editors. Examples of the Wikipedia Code Of Conduct include:

    The Wikipedia Monkey Brigade

    One extreme example of the "Wikipedia Monkey Brigade" is the story of how Danny Sullivan noticed the attempt by some editor to delete the Matt Cutts chapter in the encyclopedia.

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