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Old 7th May 2009, 03:40 PM
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Post Google: Make newspapers more like Wikipedia

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Default Re: Google: Make newspapers more like Wikipedia

Why bother making newspapers like wikipedia when wikipedia is like wikipedia??

If you're talking about community maintained then that's kind of a problem, because most of the people in my community are saying stuff that i'm not interested in. That's why newspapers have journalists. And it's also why wikipedia has editors.
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