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introduction to wikipedia By amir gamini
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An Introduction to Wikipedia
Introduction to Wikipedia By N Graham et al.
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A Beginner's Guide to Wikipedia
Wikipedia to Philosophy By Donna van West
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“Clicking on the first link in the main text of a Wikipedia article, and then repeating the process for subsequent articles, usually eventually gets you to the Philosophy article. As of May... More > 26, 2011, 94.52% of all articles in Wikipedia lead eventually to the article Philosophy. The remaining 100,000 (approx.) links to an article with no wikilinks or with links to pages that do not exist, or get stuck in loops (all three are equally probable). The median link chain length to reach philosophy is 23.< Less
STARTUPS - A WIKIPEDIA GUIDE By Neil Rones
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A WIKIPEDIA GUIDE FOR STARTUPS
Wikipedia tells Fairytales By Ivo Nouwen & Sanne Duda
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This is a bundle of Fairytales, that are published on Wikipedia. We made this for the module E-learning.
Wikipedia Knows Nothing By Chris Bateman
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What does the Wikipedia know, and how can it know it? More to the point, how can anyone using an anonymously edited source, the contents of which change on a daily basis, know that what they are... More > reading constitutes knowledge? In this provocative challenge to contemporary concepts of objectivity, four figures of knowledge – the Wikipedia, scientific experiments, anonymous peer review, and school education – are investigated in order to question the way we understand the world around us.< Less
Wikipedia Knows Nothing By Chris Bateman
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What does the Wikipedia know, and how can it know it? More to the point, how can anyone using an anonymously edited source, the contents of which change on a daily basis, know that what they are... More > reading constitutes knowledge? In this provocative challenge to contemporary concepts of objectivity, four figures of knowledge – the Wikipedia, scientific experiments, anonymous peer review, and school education – are investigated in order to question the way we understand the world around us. < Less
What is Wikipedia - An Introduction By Matt Human et al.
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A Business systems course project which provides wikiepdia quality information on our topic
wikipedia says it will pass By diana salier
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wikipedia says it will pass, by diana salier was first released by Red Ceilings Press as an eBook. It was selected by Deadly Chaps as the third release in the RED&DEADLY series, a partnership... More > between the two presses. Read this and other eBooks at The Red Ceilings Press: http://www.theredceilingspress.co.uk | Learn more about Deadly Chaps: http://www.deadlychaps.com< Less
Wikipedia Featured Articles - Philosophy By Michael Benjamin
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Print version of all nine Wikipedia Featured Articles on Philosophy

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