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Freddie Sayers meets Larry Sanger. Listen to the podcast version: 🤍 Read the full article here: 🤍 Chances are, if you’ve ever been on the internet, you’ve visited Wikipedia. It is the world’s fifth largest website, pulling in an estimated 6.1 billion followers per month and serves as a cheat sheet for almost any topic in the world. So great is the online encyclopaedia’s influence is so great that it is the biggest and “most read reference work in history”, with as many as 56 million editions. But the truth about this supposedly neutral purveyor of information is a little more complex. Historically, Wikipedia has been written and monitored by a community of volunteers who collaborated and contested competing claims with one another. In the words of Wikipedia’s co-founder, Larry Sanger who spoke to Freddie Sayers on LockdownTV, these volunteers would “battle it out”. This battle of ideas on Wikipedia’s platform formed a crucial part of the encyclopaedia’s commitment to neutrality, which according to Sanger, was abandoned after 2009. In the years since, on issues ranging from Covid to Joe Biden, it has become increasingly partisan, primarily espousing an establishment viewpoint that increasingly represents "propaganda". This, says Sanger, is why he left the site in 2007, describing it as “broken beyond repair”. Follow UnHerd on social media: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 #wikipedia #covid19 #bias
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We spoke with one of Wikipedia's co-founders, Larry Sanger, who says the site has lost its neutral point of view and become biased. For example, he points to the site's article on former President Obama. It completely leaves out the Benghazi scandal where he repeatedly refused to beef up security before the attack on the diplomatic compound in Libya. Sanger tells us why he thinks Wikipedia is a lost cause. 💎Subscribe to NTD UK NEWS: 🤍 💎Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 💎Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 💎Join us on Telegram: 🤍 #NTDUK #News #UKNews More videos: 🤍
Is Wikipedia a reliable source, or is it as prone to bias and false information as any other media outlet? In this video, we explore the fundamental problems of modern Wikipedia, and discover how the website regularly lies to its readers. One of the most basic lies Wikipedia tells is that it has a neutrality policy - in reality, the policy has glaring flaws. It's frequently used to assert liberal left worldviews as fact, as if they were the neutral statements of truth. On issues including (but not limited to) race and crime, drug legalization, and even religion, Wikipedia presents unbalanced and in some cases outright misleading information. The website has gotten to the point that its own co-founder, Larry Sanger, even wrote an article verbally destroying it. The article, titled 'Wikipedia Is Badly Biased' will be linked below. Other sources, including the many different studies documenting Wikipedia's left wing bias, are also linked. Follow me on other platforms! Telegram - 🤍 Bitchute - 🤍 Odysee - 🤍 Gab - 🤍 Citations: Wikipedia Is Badly Biased by Larry Sanger - 🤍 Do Experts or Collective Intelligence Write with More Bias? Evidence from Encyclopedia Britannica and Wikipedia - 🤍 Ideology and Composition Among an Online Crowd: Evidence from Wikipedians - 🤍 Wikipedia Source Analysis - 🤍 Differential rates of disciplinary action reveals evidence of political bias in Wikipedia's arbitration enforcement - 🤍 Music used in this video (in chronological order): Serenity - Prod. Riddiman Journey to Rome Part I - Jeff Van Dyck Autumn - Jeff Van Dyck Rome HQ - Jeff Van Dyck
🔴Sign up with your email at Epoch TV to watch 👉 🤍 “Wikipedia made a real effort at neutrality for, I would say, its first five years or so. And then… it began a long, slow slide into what I would call leftist propaganda,” says Wikipedia co-founder Larry Sanger. What was the original vision for Wikipedia? And why did its neutrality policy collapse? Sanger says he’s now working on creating a new decentralized network, a “superset of all encyclopedias.” “We need a democratic revolution in tech.” #LarrySanger #Wikipedia #Neutrality - - - 👉Watch EXCLUSIVE episodes only on Epoch TV: 🤍epochtv.com 🔵 Sign up for our newsletter👉 🤍 so you don't miss out on our exclusive videos and private events. 💎Donate to support our work: 🤍 💎Subscribe to The Epoch Times: 🤍 Find out where you can watch us on cable TV: 🤍 Follow Jan on Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Parler: 🤍 Rumble: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Gettr: 🤍 - - - [EXCLUSIVE DOCUMENTARY] DeSantis: Florida vs. Lockdowns 🤍 - - - LATEST EXCLUSIVE EPISODES: Dr. Scott Atlas on Vaccine Mandates for Children, Natural Immunity, and Florida’s COVID Surge 🤍 Lenore Skenazy: How Overparenting Is Crippling the Next Generation 🤍 Harvard Epidemiologist Martin Kulldorff on Vaccine Passports, the Delta Variant, and the COVID ‘Public Health Fiasco’ 🤍 Larry Elder Reflects on the California Recall Election, with Former State Sen. John Moorlach 🤍 Dr. Robert Malone on Ivermectin, Escape Mutants, and the Faulty Logic of Vaccine Mandates (PART 2) 🤍 Dr. Robert Malone, mRNA Vaccine Inventor, on Latest COVID-19 Data, Booster Shots, and the Shattered Scientific ‘Consensus’ (Part 1) 🤍 Clyde Prestowitz: How Communist China Entrapped America’s Elite, from Washington to Wall Street 🤍 Vivek Ramaswamy: The Unholy Alliance of Big Government, Big Business, and Woke Dogma 🤍 Konstantin Kisin: In a Society Gone Mad, Don’t Be a Useful Idiot 🤍 Michael Shellenberger: Reports of a Coming Climate Catastrophe Have Been Greatly Exaggerated 🤍 EXCLUSIVE: Ex-Special Ops Michael Brewer on Heroic Rescue Efforts Airlifting Americans, Afghans Out of Afghanistan 🤍 Johnnie Moore on the ‘Human Rights Catastrophe’ in Afghanistan and the China, Taliban, Pakistan Alliance 🤍 North Korean Defector Yeonmi Park on Communist Tyranny and ‘the Suicide of Western Civilization’ 🤍 Michael Yon: The Incentives That Caused a Global Migrant Crisis, from Lithuania to the Darién Gap 🤍 Naomi Wolf on Censorship, Vaccine Passports, and the Reversal of ‘My Body, My Choice’ 🤍 Dr. Bret Weinstein: ‘Perverse Incentives’ in the Vaccine Rollout and the Censorship of Science 🤍 Victor Davis Hanson on the Assault on Meritocracy, Politicization of the Virus, and the ‘Platonic Noble Lie’ 🤍 Jaco Booyens: Trafficking Epidemic Fueled by Lockdowns, Police Cuts, and a Porous Border 🤍 Reggie Littlejohn: 2022 Beijing Olympics Will Be a ‘Genocide Games’ and ‘Propaganda Bonanza’ for Communist China 🤍 Kyle Bass: The ‘Cancer’ of China’s New Digital Currency 🤍 Roger Garside: A Coming Coup Will End China’s Communist Dictatorship 🤍 Lara Logan: Propagandists & ‘Political Assassins’ Have Infected the Media 🤍 - - - OUR PLAYLISTS: The Communist China Threat: 🤍 Culture Wars: 🤍 Traditional Values: 🤍 Crossfire Hurricane / FISA Abuse: 🤍 CCP Virus: 🤍 Media: 🤍 Economy: 🤍 Education: 🤍 - - - Wikipedia Co-founder Larry Sanger: Why Wikipedia Has Failed and What to Do About It Credits: shutterstock Images: 🤍 Music: Audioblocks.com, epidemicsound.com Stock Video: Videoblocks.com - © All Rights Reserved.
Dr. Larry Sanger is a co-founder (or as he likes to call it "ex-founder") of Wikipedia who just came out with a book about the development of the revolutionary company and where it is today called "Essays on Free Knowledge: The Origins of Wikipedia and the New Politics of Knowledge" Larry and I discuss not just what Wikipedia was originally slated to be, but much more on what it is today (especially some of it's negative influences and practices). It is one of the most highly trafficked sites online today, and it has a tremendous influence on our everyday life and politics in ways many of us don't fully understand. Follow Larry's work: - Latest Book: 🤍 - Twitter: 🤍 Support Wisdom Collective: - 🤍 Connect and Listen on Other Platforms: - Best contact on Twitter 🤍 - Available on Apple Podcast: 🤍 - Available on Google Podcasts: 🤍 #Wikipedia #Politics #News
Larry Sanger, the founder of Wikipedia, talks to OpIndia about the Left bias of Wikipedia, how it all started, Jimmy Wales, his unwillingness to rectify things, the future of the Encyclosphere are more.
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I love Wikipedia! I even donated to it. But I won't donate again, now that I've learned how BIASED Wikipedia has become. ———— To make sure you see the new weekly video from Stossel TV, sign up here: 🤍 ———— No right-leaning outlets, Fox News Politics, the Daily Wire, the Daily Caller, etc… is considered “reliable” by Wikipedia. None. But even some of the most extreme leftist outlets get a "reliable" badge like “Jacobin," a self-described SOCIALIST outlet. Vox, Buzzfeed News, and Slate are also deemed “reliable” by Wikipedia. Editors may base stories on their reporting. Why did Wikipedia become so biased? Veteran Wikipedian Jonathan Weiss tells me that the site, like academia, has been captured by leftists. Some Wikipedia administrators even brag on their profiles, "this user is a socialist." Another put up images idolizing communist murderers Che Guevara and Vladimir Lenin. These administrators make final decisions about what counts as “reliable," and what goes on Wikipedia. That’s why for years, Wiki's "communism" page made NO mention of the millions killed by that ideology. US border facilities are listed under "concentration camps,” on the same page as Wikipedia’s holocaust facilities. Can we fix this? Wikipedia is supposed to be a site that "anyone can edit," so I made an edit. You can find out what happened in the video above.
Wikipedia is big cringe. There are systematic reasons why it is the way it is, but I mean also some articles just make you think they must've been written by furries or something... I don't use it at all anymore, removed it from my bookmarks and don't plan on using it ever again. DONATE NOW: 🤍 💰😎👌💯 WEBSITE: 🤍 🌐❓🔎 Here's the boomer blogpost I mentioned by Larry Sanger co-founder and long-time critic of Wikipedia: 🤍
Craig & Brad talk with Larry Sanger, the founder of Wikipedia, about his role with the company, how it's changed since he's left & the biases it now has.
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"Clown World Journalism" is the best phrase I can think of to describe the difference between Wikileaks' scientific journalism and Wikipedia's obsession with secondary editorialized sources over hard facts. Wikipedia has a lot of problems, and the way that Wikileaks looks at journalism provides an interesting look into why Wikipedia has these problems. Biased sources, prejudiced editors, and a culture of complex gatekeeping have degenerated the once very usable site into being merely a mouthpiece for special interest establishment propaganda. If you want to leave me a tip / support my content: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter for channel updates and general bantz: 🤍 Odysee Backup: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Music: Stargate by HurricaneTurtle 🤍 Promoted by 🤍RoyaltyFreePlanet - 🤍 Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 🤍 SOURCEDUMP: Sites from the media mentioning Wikileaks: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Wikileaks on Gamergate: 🤍 Gamergate: The Monster to Silence 🤍 Wikileaks articles Referenced: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Wikipedia Bias: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Wikipedia used to be Good: 🤍 Co Founder Interview ( Full Video ): 🤍 Funny video on Steven Crowder not being allowed to post anything on Wikipedia: 🤍
Free encyclopedias and science today. Interview with a co-founder of Wikipedia Dr. Larry Sanger. Interviewed by EUASU research associate Kanykei Tursunbaeva Larry Sanger - Ph.D. Philosophy. American internet project developer and co-founder of the internet encyclopedia Wikipedia, for which he coined the name and wrote much of its original governing policy. Sanger has worked on other online educational websites such as Nupedia, Citizendium, and Everipedia. Besides the Internet, his interests focus mainly on philosophy—in particular epistemology, early modern philosophy, and ethics. Project "Source Research Aspects and Problems" Ларри Сэнгер - доктор философии, один из сооснователей и главный редактор Википедии в период работы в компании «Bomis». Будучи главным редактором Википедии, Сэнгер придумал само название проекта — «Википедия», а также сформулировал основную часть политики, принципов и правил Википедии и её сообщества. После ухода из Википедии, преподавал философию в Университете штата Огайо. Является основателем и многих других веб-сайтов, включая коммерческие, некоммерческие и образовательные проекты. Сэнгер также увлечён эпистемологией с акцентом на философии XVII века и этику. Официальный сайт criminology-center.org Копирование и распространение материала без письменного разрешения автора ЗАПРЕЩЕНО. Все права принадлежат правообладателю! Обращаться criminology🤍criminology-center.org
Enter the Encyclosphere with Larry Sanger The internet is rife with misinformation. Fake and biased news. So-called fact-checkers that are nothing more than political activists. Snopes. And then there’s Wikipedia. Yes, there are people out there that think Wikipedia is a trust-worthy source for information. If you are one of them, we’re sorry to say that your bubble is going to be burst today as we welcome Larry Sanger to the show. The Co-Founder of Wikipedia, Larry has much to say about what’s really taking place there and provides a vision for how we can overcome this era of false information to build a truly useful and decentralized encyclosphere. Full Show Notes at: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE, RATE, & REVIEW: Apple Podcast: 🤍 Google Podcasts: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Twitter: 🤍BadCrypto - 🤍joelcomm - 🤍teedubya Facebook: /BadCrypto - /JoelComm - /teedubyaw Facebook Mastermind Group: /BadCrypto LinkedIn: /in/joelcomm - /in/teedubya Instagram: 🤍BadCryptoPodcast Email: badcryptopodcast[at]gmail[dot]com Phone: SEVEN-OH-8-88FIVE- 90THIRTY DONATE CRYPTO TO THE SHOW: If you'd like to donate a bit of cryptocurrency to The Bad Crypto Podcast, feel free to send copious amounts to the following locations: $BTC: Bitcoin: 3GMgCH4dFUHSLdrPnLwEsfKPVnLnoGbzGZ $ETH Ethereum: 0x1ccE8A04fa6743eD1D24cA063c7543D43B42F328 $LTC Litecoin: LavXqTWVHebEgVhBXdg3Hue3xEAmgtxLgr $DOGE Dogecoin: DMngvNMX1U8Sg8PkDjCC3UTS8Mmn9RqTP5 DISCLAIMER: Do your own due diligence and research. Joel Comm and Travis Wright are NOT FINANCIAL ADVISORS. We are sharing our journey with you as we learn more about this crazy little thing called cryptocurrency. We make NO RECOMMENDATIONS. Don't take anything we say as gospel. Do not come to our homes with pitchforks because you lost money by listening to us. We only share with you what we are learning and what we are investing it. We will never "pump or dump" any cryptocurrencies. Take what we say with a grain of salt. You must research this stuff on your own! Just know that we will always strive for RADICAL TRANSPARENCY with any show associations. Support the show: 🤍 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We've all been told that Wikipedia isn't a good source for research, but how can it have such high quality information and yet still be susceptible to user vandalism? Naturally, the answer involves robots. Whoopsy by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (🤍 Artist: 🤍
We've all used WIkipedia before. But do you know how they got started? Well Wikipedia's origin story is actually pretty gross. This is a piece of Internet History you've probably never heard of! Visual Sources: 1990s Home Video - 🤍 1990s New York -🤍 Retro Computer Ads - 🤍 More 90s Commercials - 🤍 McDonalds Commercial - 🤍 Jimmy Wales Image - 🤍 Wales and Sanger - 🤍 Wikipedia Profit Chart - 🤍 2007 Commercials - 🤍 Vintage Ferrari - 🤍 Rolex Footage - 🤍 Jimbo - 🤍 Soulja Boy Huh -🤍 #InternetHistory #Wikipedia
The Unbearable Rightness of Truth: Technology, Knowledge, and Fake News in the Information Age Dr. Larry Sanger (co-founder of Wikipedia) and Dr. Saksham Sharda (Creative Director at Outgrow.co) Commercialisation of knowledge and the role of open-source technology The rise of online quizzes and calculators that gamify knowledge and provide infographic and targeted information The origin of the online Encyclopaedia in the Information Age and how blockchain can revolutionise it Information glut in the Information Age and its consequences: forged articles, fake news, and dubious sources The popular “distrust” of experts in the Information Age and how technology can combat it Click here for a free trial: 🤍
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The online encyclopedia's decentralized, Hayekian approach provides a model for Elon Musk as he assumes control of Twitter. 🤍 - Wikipedia, "the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit," went from being a weird online experiment 21 years ago to one of the mainstays of the modern internet with astonishing speed. Even more astonishing, it has maintained its reputation and functionality since its founding, even as the rest of the social internet seems hellbent on tearing itself apart. As Twitter, Facebook, and others are consumed with controversy over moderation, governance, and the definition of free speech, Wikipedia continues to quietly grow in utility, trustworthiness, and comprehensiveness; there are now nearly 6.5 million articles on the English version alone and it has held its place in the top 15 most visited sites on the internet for well over a decade. Reason spoke with Wikipedia's founder, Jimmy Wales, who was predictably modest about what he got right. A key ingredient to Wikipedia's success is its high degree of decentralization. After this interview was conducted, Elon Musk made a bid to buy Twitter, bringing new salience to the battle over who controls the flow of information (and disinformation) online. Reason last spoke with Wales 15 years ago, and the resulting profile ended up becoming a source for Wales' own Wikipedia entry. At that time, we talked about the future of online speech, improving the algorithms that shape our lives, and the role that Friedrich Hayek played in Wales' thinking. This conversation picked up where we left off. Interview by Katherine Mangu-Ward; edited by Adam Czarnecki; intro by John Osterhoudt Photo: Lino Mirgeler/dpa/picture-alliance/Newscom
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Dr. Larry Sanger is the co-founder of Wikipedia. His latest venture, Everipedia, brings blockchain technology to the online encyclopedia. He talks to Megan Morrone about the beginning of Wikipedia, why he left, and how Everipedia is different. Download or subscribe to this show at 🤍
While baby boomers grew up with encyclopedia in stacks, Millennials grew up with online references easily accessed with just a click. Technology keeps on advancing every single day, and online encyclopedias are now blockchain-based. Dr. Larry Sanger, Chief Information Officer of Everipedia, enlightens us on the purpose of putting encyclopedias on the blockchain. Best known as Wikipedia's co-founder, he breaks down how Everipedia is the improved and trustworthy version of Wikipedia. Learn the difficulties and challenges of putting up a place to have data that are more trustworthy and not pulled out of all references. As Dr. Larry touches on the three different categories of writing and neutralism, find out the three types of skepticism in this age where it's hard to trust the information you see on the internet and the future of blockchain. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » 🤍 Join the New Trust Economy Community today: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
In the Meet the Leader series, LSE IDEAS hosts fireside chats with leading practitioners of strategy and diplomacy, who have achieved distinction in public and private sectors. This series is part of the LSE IDEAS Alumni Network. Find out more about our Executive MSc International Strategy and Diplomacy Programme: 🤍lse.ac.uk/ideas/exec Internet and technology entrepreneur Jimmy Wales is founder of the online non-profit encyclopaedia Wikipedia and co-founder of the privately owned Wikia, Inc. including its entertainment media brand, Fandom powered by Wikia. Wales serves on the board of trustees of the Wikimedia Foundation, the non-profit charitable organisation he established to operate Wikipedia. In 2019, Jimmy launched WT Social, a news focused social network. In 2006, Jimmy was named in Time magazine’s ‘100 Most Influential People in the World’ for his role in creating Wikipedia. The interactive discussion was chaired by Lutfey Siddiqi, Visiting Professor in Practice at LSE IDEAS. Timestamps: 3:40 Creation story of Wikipedia 11:30 Are errors self-correcting? 17:15 Twitter vs. Facebook approach to fact-checking 24:35 Wikipedia and evolving online learning needs 26:15 How is Wikipedia different from Quora? 29:35 Is New Isolationism felt by Americans or is it just the President? 32:00 Is English Wikipedia biased on issues of historical, inter-civilisational conflict? 35:50 Any comment on Oversight Board of FB? 36:50 Why did you start “Wiki Tribune Social”? Will this combat #fakenews? (WT.Social) 43:20 What post-pandemic trends will most affect Wikipedia? Stay Connected: 🤍twitter.com/lseideas 🤍facebook.com/lseideas
Wikipedia is a one-stop solution for all our knowledge needs. Even if someone search for something on Google, the first result will probably be of Wikipedia. And for the same reason Wikipedia has grown to be the world's own Encyclopedia! The free online encyclopaedia, recently started asking for donations from users. Should you be donating to Wikipedia? Will it shutdown without your donations? This video tries to explain every fact involved! Hope you will enjoy watching it. Time Stamps 0:00 Starting 0:14 Wikipedia, What is it? 0:54 Wikipedia as "World Brain" 1:19 Should You Support Wikipedia? 2:07 Tax Deductibility Of Donation 2:21 Is Donation to wikipedia Tax Deductible in India? 3:18 Who should Donate? 4:08 Annual Financial Report- Wikimedia 4:50 Why would Wikipedia need all the money? 5:48 How else can you support Wikipedia, if not with money? 6:22 Conclude 6:40 Share Your Thoughs and Leave a like 6:53 Exiting Annual Report of Wikimedia: 🤍 Chart credits "worldbrain" : 🤍 Section 80G of Income Tax Act: 🤍 Check Tax Deductibility: 🤍 Always while using wikipedia use it to just to create a baseline, sometimes the data may be inaccurate. Refer other articles to confirm what you found. #wikipediadonation #supportwikipedia #wikipediaaskingformoney #donatingtowikipedia Follow me on instagram: 🤍 🎵Music :Ikson - Cloudy (Vlog No Copyright Music) [🤍 🤍 Thanks for watching!
🤍 The world is increasingly digital. Places are layered with data and algorithms that fundamentally shape our geographic interactions, impacting how we perceive, move through, and use the cities that we live in. As the world's largest web-based encyclopaedia, Wikipedia plays an enormous role in shaping how people relate to the world. But while the open nature of Wikipedia, in theory, allows content to be created by anyone about any notable place, there remain significant imbalances in global participation and representation. In response, the Wikipedia community has introduced the concept of "knowledge equity" as an important strategic concern: "We will strive to counteract structural inequalities to ensure a just representation of knowledge and people in the Wikimedia movement." To better understand the effects of this transformation, it becomes important to ask who owns, controls, shapes, and has access to those augmented and hybrid digital/physical layers of place. Now that over half of humanity is connected to the internet, do we see greater levels of representation of, and participation from, previously digitally disconnected populations? Or are our digitally dense environments continuing to amplify inequalities rather than alleviate them? Professor Mark Graham and Dr Martin Dittus have recently launched a two-year project to empirically address those questions about our information geographies. Martin will present early findings, using geotagged information found on Wikipedia. What are the geographies of digital augmentations of place? And what is the provenance of those digital augmentations? Are we seeing a widening or narrowing of informational inequalities? By presenting our theoretical framework, methodology, and preliminary results, we hope to both bring a spatial perspective to emergent conversations about knowledge equity on Wikipedia, and receive feedback that could reshape our empirical enquiry in this multi-year project. Biography: Martin Dittus is a digital geographer and data scientist at the Oxford Internet Institute, with a focus on mass-participation platforms and social computing. In his research he analyses and visualises emerging online practices at large scale. Together with Mark Graham he is currently researching the information geography of Wikipedia. Which places in the world are represented on Wikipedia, and who in the world participates in the creation of this knowledge? How equitable are the processes that shape this knowledge? Who, what, and where gets left out?
Speakers: Andrew Keen, Prominent critic of the Internet as a means of acquiring knowledge, author of 'The Cult of the Amateur' Dr Lawrence M. Sanger, Co-founder of Wikipedia and founder of Citizendium. Lawrence Sanger and Andrew Keen discuss issues of legitimacy, credibility, regulation and censorship on the Internet. Topics addressed include: 1. What role do truth, trust and expertise have to play in the creation and dissemination of knowledge and news through the Internet? 2. What (or who) should we believe and why? 3. Is the Internet's role in shaping knowledge creation and dissemination broadly a force for good? Doesn't participation educate? Doesn't such an array of easily accessible knowledge and information have a potentially democratising effect? 4. Should knowledge and news production by non-professionals on the Internet be limited in any way? Date Recorded: 8 May 2008
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Wikipedia's style of collaborative production has been lauded, lambasted, and satirized. Despite unease over its implications for the character (and quality) of knowledge, Wikipedia has brought us closer than ever to a realization of the century-old pursuit of a universal encyclopedia. Joseph Reagle—a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society—discusses insights from his new book Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia, a rich ethnographic portrayal of Wikipedia's historical roots, collaborative culture, and much debated legacy.
Support Out of Frame on Patreon: 🤍 Watch our newest video, "How Can You POSSIBLY Not Be Red-Pilled By Now??": 🤍 Check out our podcast, Out of Frame: Behind the Scenes: 🤍 Co-Founder and chief promotor of Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales talks about the philosophy behind the 5th most popular website in the entire world, and how his understanding of individualism and the value of a free society led him to create such an incredible and valuable source of freely-accessible information for everyone. Jimmy also takes Q&A at the end of the session.
"Imagine a world in which every single person on the planet is given free access to the sum of all human knowledge," says Jimmy Wales about his brainchild Wikipedia, the non-for-profit crowd-sourced online encyclopedia. But as internet freedoms are besieged by mass surveillance, can his project survive? In this episode of Head to Head, Mehdi Hasan questions Jimmy Wales, one of the world’s most renowned internet gurus, on his future plans, on whether Wikipedia is advancing or degrading our knowledge, and on whether liberty, privacy and security can coexist in an online era. So, is the internet dumbing us down? Is Wikipedia the best thing since sliced bread? Can online freedom survive state surveillance? Joining the discussion are Bob Ayres, a former NSA and CIA intelligence officer; Isabella Sankey, the director of policy at British human rights organisation, Liberty; Herman Chinery-Hesse, a Ghanaian internet entrepreneur and founder of one of Africa’s largest software companies; and Oliver Kamm, a British writer and journalist. More from Head to Head on: YouTube - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Website - 🤍
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Social media is a time suck. I’m not as bad as some, but I need to focus better. I think a lot of us do, frankly. Don’t you agree? Then let’s start a No Social Media During Work campaign! I’m pledging to abandon social media networks when I am at work, except for narrowly defined work purposes. And I’m asking you to hold me to it and slag me mercilessly if you catch me at it! And I’m inviting you to take the pledge, too! Here is my pledge. This feels like a big step. Here goes! (Find a form you can fill out for YOUR pledge here: 🤍 ) I pledge, as of NOW, to abandon social media networks when I’m at work! Pledge with me! I am at work weekdays at least from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Eastern, taking noon until 1 p.m. for lunch; and also from 9:00 p.m. until 11 p.m.; on Infobitt. I want to do as well as I can on it! So I hereby pledge to abandon social media networks when I am at work. Hold me to it and slag me mercilessly (after your work) if you catch me at it! I'm posting my pledge on my own main social networks: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Hold me to my pledge! Exceptions are very, very narrowly limited to: posts and discussion about Infobitt; also, holidays and declared sick days. Checking for responses on any network is permitted only if I recently posted something work-related, and I might actually get a response. I also promise to track my friends’ pledges. If I notice a broken pledge, I will call them on it! If you, too, want to take the pledge, then post a copy of your pledge to all social media networks you spend time on. Feel free to double down by adding your pledge to the comments on this video. Make sure to include your pledge somewhere on your user page, not just as a separate post, so you and others will not forget your pledge. Do make a video of yourself reading a written version of your pledge on any video networks of yours, like YouTube. Work hard, and then play hard!
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🤍 Wikipedia is a free online encyclopedia with the aim to allow anyone to edit articles. Wikipedia is the largest and most popular general reference work on the Internet and is ranked among the ten most popular websites. Wikipedia is owned by the nonprofit Wikimedia Foundation. Wikipedia was launched on January 15, 2001, by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger. Sanger coined its name, a portmanteau of wiki and encyclopedia. There was only the English-language version initially, but it quickly developed similar versions in other languages, which differ in content and in editing practices. With 5,454,130 articles, the English Wikipedia is the largest of the more than 290 Wikipedia encyclopedias. Overall, Wikipedia consists of more than 40 million articles in more than 250 different languages and, as of February 2014, it had 18 billion page views and nearly 500 million unique visitors each month. As of March 2017, Wikipedia has about forty thousand high-quality articles known as Featured Articles and Good Articles that cover vital topics. In 2005, Nature published a peer review comparing 42 science articles from Encyclopaedia Britannica and Wikipedia, and found that Wikipedia's level of accuracy approached that of Encyclopaedia Britannica. Wikipedia has been criticized for allegedly exhibiting systemic bias, presenting a mixture of "truths, half truths, and some falsehoods", and, in controversial topics, being subject to manipulation and spin. Other collaborative online encyclopedias were attempted before Wikipedia, but none were successful. Wikipedia began as a complementary project for Nupedia, a free online English-language encyclopedia project whose articles were written by experts and reviewed under a formal process. Nupedia was founded on March 9, 2000, under the ownership of Bomis, a web portal company. Its main figures were Jimmy Wales, the CEO of Bomis, and Larry Sanger, editor-in-chief for Nupedia and later Wikipedia. Nupedia was licensed initially under its own Nupedia Open Content License, switching to the GNU Free Documentation License before Wikipedia's founding at the urging of Richard Stallman. Sanger and Wales founded Wikipedia. While Wales is credited with defining the goal of making a publicly editable encyclopedia, Sanger is credited with the strategy of using a wiki to reach that goal. On January 10, 2001, Sanger proposed on the Nupedia mailing list to create a wiki as a "feeder" project for Nupedia. Wikipedia was launched on January 15, 2001, as a single English-language edition at 🤍wikipedia.com, and announced by Sanger on the Nupedia mailing list. Wikipedia's policy of "neutral point-of-view" was codified in its first months. Otherwise, there were relatively few rules initially and Wikipedia operated independently of Nupedia. Originally, Bomis intended to make Wikipedia a business for profit. Wikipedia gained early contributors from Nupedia, Slashdot postings, and web search engine indexing. By August 8, 2001, Wikipedia had over 8,000 articles. On September 25, 2001, Wikipedia had over 13,000 articles. By the end of 2001, it had grown to approximately 20,000 articles and 18 language editions. It had reached 26 language editions by late 2002, 46 by the end of 2003, and 161 by the final days of 2004. Nupedia and Wikipedia coexisted until the former's servers were taken down permanently in 2003, and its text was incorporated into Wikipedia. The English Wikipedia passed the mark of two million articles on September 9, 2007, making it the largest encyclopedia ever assembled, surpassing even the 1408 Yongle Encyclopedia, which had held the record for almost 600 years. Citing fears of commercial advertising and lack of control in Wikipedia, users of the Spanish Wikipedia forked from Wikipedia to create the Enciclopedia Libre in February 2002. These moves encouraged Wales to announce that Wikipedia would not display advertisements, and to change Wikipedia's domain from wikipedia.com to wikipedia.org. Though the English Wikipedia reached three million articles in August 2009, the growth of the edition, in terms of the numbers of articles and of contributors, appears to have peaked around early 2007. Around 1,800 articles were added daily to the encyclopedia in 2006; by 2013 that average was roughly 800. A team at the Palo Alto Research Center attributed this slowing of growth to the project's increasing exclusivity and resistance to change. Others suggest that the growth is flattening naturally because articles that could be called "low-hanging fruit"—topics that clearly merit an article—have already been created and built up extensively.
Truth in Numbers? Everything, According to Wikipedia is a 2010 American documentary film that explores the history and cultural implications of the online, user-editable encyclopedia Wikipedia. The film considers the question of whether all individuals or just experts should be tasked with editing an encyclopedia. The site's history and background is given, along with commentary from Wikipedia founders Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger. Commentators that appear in the film include author Howard Zinn, Len Downie of The Washington Post, Bob Schieffer of CBS News, former Encyclopædia Britannica chief Robert McHenry and former Central Intelligence Agency director James Woolsey. The documentary discusses incidents that shed a negative light on Wikipedia, including the Essjay controversy and the Wikipedia biography controversy.
Shane Greenup talking about beating fake news and misinformation online via the Socratic Web at Atlassian on the 3rd of October 2017 0:00 Intro and background 4:31 How to Lose vs Fake News - 4:31 Responding on the wrong level - 15:21 Deciding what is and is not true - - 17:19 Who do you trust with this power? - - 18:20 Ideological division on a global scale - - 22:42 How do we even guarantee accuracy? - - 25:53 The solution is worse than the problem 27:50: An Accidental Discovery 34:18: On Being Less Wrong 37:56: The Socratic Web 41:50: Summary 45:00: Comments and Questions "We don't like being told what to think. And we don't like everyone around us being blind believers." "What if we could make the web stop just being an information delivery system and start being an information critiquing system? By default. Everywhere you go."
5 loops where clicking 1st link does not lead you to the Philosophy page. 0:00 Intro 0:57 Fact/Truth Loop 3:58 Mathematics/Arithmetic Loop 5:51 United States Loop 8:07 Tram Loop 8:35 Trump Loop 9:57 Random Pages #Philosophy #Wikipedia #GettingToPhilosophy Music: Among the Clouds, by Darren Curtis