Wikipedia case study

Harvard’s Andrew McAfee and colleagues have published a case study on wikipedia and enterprise 2.0  What a business that was.

But the last word on Wikipedia and blogging comes from the Chaucer blog. 

the bloviatrivium
I. angrye commentes that run for pages
II. lengthie monologue advocatinge my political posicioun
III. bringing nazis yn to an argument
the procrastidrivium
IV. memes
V. quizzes and surveys
VI. makynge avatars
VII. poosting pictures

Anothir Update: For thos consultinge the internet, Ich haue discoverid that wikipedia is soorely incorrecte concernynge oon of the answeres. Be war er ye be wo!

( check out Chaucer’s 5 things meme)

 

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