Improper, or at least they misrepresent the source, as far as I can tell.
On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 6:10 PM, Anthony <wikimail(a)inbox.org> wrote:
On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 11:48 AM, Sam Blacketer <
my eye because of its rather alarming headline.
However it's about
copyright law; the headline refers to this paragraph:
In a second thought experiment, imagine that it's five years ago and you
responsible for developing the most comprehensive and up-to-the-minute
encyclopedia the world has ever seen. One strategy is to create a global
company, employ the brightest people available, check every fact
and implement the most rigorous editorial
controls. A second option is to
"just create a website and let anybody put up anything". Again, we'd
have opted for the first strategy, and the world
I might quibble with the description "let anybody put up anything" but
author makes an interesting point.
Interesting that it's in quotes. Is it a quotation, or were the quotation
marks used improperly?
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