I'm a writer, speaker, marketing consultant and self-taught geek. I worked in IT media for more than 20 years, five of them as editor-in-chief of Computerworld. Since 2006 I've been focused on social media, which marries my interests in media and technology. My books include The New Influencers (2007), Secrets of Social Media Marketing (2008) and Social Marketing to the Business Customer (2011). I also co-wrote The Joy of Geocaching (2010) with my wife. Anybody geocache?

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How Much Do You Trust Wikipedia? (Multiple answers OK)

Posted 5 years.

3 Comments

  • Joe Schmo - 5 years ago

    Precisely why I don't trust it --- who deems an article 'satisfactory' and that further editing is unnecessary? Who is the 'community'? General consensus does not make something fact. It elicits the possibility of a majority editing history for the purpose of their agenda.

  • john - 5 years ago

    @amber Maybe because once an article is deemed satisfactory it can't be edited again? Or that the community fixes errors almost instantaneously?

  • Amber - 5 years ago

    Why would I trust getting information from a site that can be edited by anyone!?

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