On Friday 19 August 2005 11:20, Davémon wrote:
> Big Bill wrote:
>>>In fact, if I'm researching stuff on the net, I generally start at
>> The new Google! (Did we do this?)
> We might have done, but I'd probably have forgotten anyway. Damn you
> wikipedia != google.
User >> Wikipedia > Google > User
Where > denotes output and >> is append.
No user, no Wikipedia; No Wikipedia, useless spam in Google so user suffers.
> if anything, wikipedia >= ODP with public moderation where the
> description of the category is more important than the links.
> The BBC got whacked the other day for using wikipedia to do some viral
> stuff. Personally I've no problem with people putting sites in wikipedia
> to get IBLs or exposure as long as it's relevant to the subject.
Relevancy is subjective, that's where the problem lies.
Roy S. Schestowitz