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Wiki

An online project allowing any participant to comment, add, delete or change the product. A wiki is generally an online dictionary or encyclopedia. Wiki software has been developed to ease the editing process. It is an example of Web 2.0. The first wiki came online in 1994.
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During the 2011 Arab uprisings, Wikipedia users collaborated to create articles that helped educate the world about what was happening.
While the model of the new Russian portal will be different, it will retain the feature of Wikipedia that allows anyone with an internet connection to edit articles.
There are two ways of looking at the court's use of Wikipedia in LaAsmar.
Wikipedia is also requesting that readers contact members of Congress about the bill during the blackout.
I hope Wikipedia will melt phone systems in Washington on Wednesday.
While we regret having to prevent the world from having access to Wikipedia for even a second, we simply cannot ignore the fact that SOPA and PIPA endanger free speech both in the United States and abroad, and set a frightening precedent of Internet censorship for the world.
The collaboration follows the two-day Arabic Wikipedia
Straus told the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service of some interesting experiences that he has had with Wikipedia bias:
Wikipedia, effectively an online encyclopedia updated by members of the public, has grown into one of the largest digital brands and this social is aimed at those who already edit the site as well as anyone else who might be interested in using Wikipedia data, such as businesses, museums and universities, but is also open to anyone who wants to find out more about Wikipedia.
Wikipedia is about to open an office in India and wants to expand further in Brazil, Egypt and other Middle Eastern countries.
On other occasions, damaging material has been added to Wikipedia articles from the same computer addresses.
The proposed methodology uses the category system found in Wikipedia as a conceptual framework, due to its resemblance the structure of manually constructed knowledge bases such as Cyc and Ordinate.