[WikiEN-l] MediaBistro advising clients to edit their own pages on Wikipedia?

Steven Walling steven.walling at gmail.com
Mon Jul 23 05:37:24 UTC 2007

two words...fucking capitalism.

On 7/19/07, admnyc <admspam at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Sorry if this is the wrong place for this. I noticed the issue this
> morning
> and was wondering if anyone had an opinion about it.
> http://pop.thousandrobots.com/2007/07/mediabistro_and_wikipedia.php
> In short, MediaBistro.com, a media news site, offers a $15 video "course"
> on
> how to use Wikipedia to raise your media profile. The preview video raises
> the specter of the Seigenthaler controversy, and offers to "explains what
> Wikipedia is, how it works, and how people and businesses can increase and
> influence an identity on it".
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