[mailto:wikien-l-bounces@Wikipedia.org] On Behalf Of Delirium
Sent: Friday, 24 February 2006 20:23
To: English Wikipedia
Subject: Re: [WikiEN-l] Wikipedia's destiny
Peter Mackay wrote:
>Did you look at any of them? Note in my quote
I said "not
>people have commented about you", which
empirically appears to be
>Almost all of those hits are either for other people named
>or to posts written by our Stan Shebs himself
Wikipedia or on
And how many of the tens of thousands of Google hits for
have you personally checked?
I checked the first 50 or so results of both, and
spot-checked later pages.
Oh, and here's an in-print reference to Brian
Peppers as a
noteworthy internet fad:
Lichman, John. "'Teh interweb' -- It offers more than porn."
_Washington Square News_. February 3, 2006. (Also available
Nobody is disputing that there are lots of references on the net. That's not
the point. In fact, at the moment, the article is a redirect to [[Internet
phenomenon]] of which BP has been removed by User:UninvitedCompany as "not
notable". I think he's probably worth a brief mention there, but not as a
Do you see why an article is inappropriate?