Wikipedia has faced a number of challenges to accuracy lately, particularly from supposedly more “accurate” sources, like newspapers and academics and such. But the scientific journal Nature had an article that said, basically, Wikipedia is just as accurate– or really, inaccurate– as Encyclopedia Britannica. There’s a good discussion about it on the if:book blog, and there was also a good story about it on NPR’s “All Things Considered” yesterday.
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