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 Why not Wikipedia...?

Answer Wikipedia (as a whole) is pretty decent if you treat it explicitly as a secondary or tertiary source. Read Wikipedia, trust it implicitly, then verify the information if your query is non-trivial. ... Read More »
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Top Q&A For: Why not Wikipedia...

Why is wikipedia not working I am in the UK! I am using google chrome Am I blocked from viewing wikipedia?

Is there a wikipedia macro for "This page is stupid. You can help wikipedia by deleting it."?

Yahoo should have such an option; it would be better than all of their continuous "oops" messages, lol.
http://answers.yahoo.com//question/index?qid=20090303134218AAApHiA

Why is the wikipedia section on Yahoo answers only answered by people who hate wikipedia?

There are three main reasons that people will attempt to contribute to an information service like Wikipedia or Yahoo! Answers.First, there are people who contribute because they genuinely want to ... Read More »
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Why does a dump of the Wikipedia database have more pages than Wikipedia itself has?

Certain classes of pages, even when in the main "article" namespace, don't count as "articles" for the purpose of statistics. Most notably, redirects! You're probably seeing those, among a few othe... Read More »
http://answers.yahoo.com//question/index?qid=20120114214219AAq6Rus


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