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The Real Inflation Inequality Of Our Time

That is the topic of my latest Bloomberg column, and it is not (mainly) about rich and poor: Consider people who love to consume information, or, as I have labeled them, infovores. They can stay at home every night and read Wikipedia, scan Twitter,...
Related topics: Inflation, Bloomberg, Social Media, Twitter (business)

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‘the Anti-facebook’: Wikipedia Co-founder Launches Ad-free Social Media Platform

The social media platform features a Facebook-style newsfeed, but content is prioritized by recency instead of engagement.Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales said he was inspired to create WT:Social because advertising had allowed "low-quality" content...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media

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Melania Trump Branded ‘former Sex Worker And Porn Star’ On Wikipedia-linked Sites

Online saboteurs have apparently messed up the entries of Melania Trump and several other famous people, who are mostly actors. The ‘porn star’ description appeared on Melania’s page on Simple English Wikipedia, a site that is typically aimed...
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Maren Morris Sings Jimmy Kimmel A Hilarious Birthday Song Made Up From Wikipedia - Watch Here!

Birthday celebrations were in order on Wednesday night’s (November 13) Jimmy Kimmel Live! Host Jimmy Kimmel turned 52 on that same evening, and to help him commemorate the special occasion, country superstar Maren Morris made a surprise...

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Wikipedia Co-founder Wants To Give You An Alternative To Facebook And Twitter

Two years ago, Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales launched Wikitribune, an online publication meant to combat fake news with original stories by reporters and "citizen journalists." Wikitribune never really caught on, so now, Wales is...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media

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Wikipedia Still Hasn’t Fixed Its Colossal Gender Gap

A tiny fraction of the site’s contributors and subjects are women. It’s working to change that—but some community members are resistant to change. In its 19 years of existence, Wikipedia has become the world’s most-used...

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Liberal Media, Tech Giants And Now Wikipedia Bow To Democrats – Censor Cia ‘whistleblower’...

As we reported last week… Democrats are using an anonymous anti-Trump CIA operative in their latest attempt to impeach US President Donald Trump. It has widely been reported in the past week that Eric Ciaramella is the name of the anti-Trump...
Related topics: CIA, Donald Trump

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Socked Into The Puppet-hole On Wikipedia

How a lowly WIRED columnist got caught up in a secret war at one of the world's biggest websites.

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Putin Announces Plan To ‘replace’ Wikipedia

An electronic version of the Great Russian Encyclopedia would provide “reliable information,” says the presidentRussian Wikipedia entry for Russian president Vladimir Putin. On November 5, 2019, Russian President Vladimir Putin convened...
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One Of The World’s Most Advanced Hacking Groups Debuts New Titanium Backdoor

Enlarge (credit: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benutzer:Alchemist-h p#/media/Datei:Titan-crystal_bar.JPG) One of the world’s most most technologically advanced hacking groups has a new backdoor that’s every bit as sophisticated as its...

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Wikipedia Integrates Digital Book Previews To Help Verify Citations - Cnet

It's part of a new partnership with the Internet Archive.

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Cj Hopkins Exposes The Ministry Of Wiki-truth

CJ Hopkins Exposes The Ministry Of Wiki-Truth Authored by CJ Hopkins via The Unz Review, OK, here’s a silly one for you. Have you ever wondered how all those Wikipedia articles get produced... you know, the ones you pull up on your...

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Why Is Pakistan Trying To Broker Iran-saudi Peace Talks?

Pakistan attaches high importance to bilateral ties with IranPakistan President Imran Khan and the President of Iran Hassan Rouhani. Collage via Flickr and Wikipedia. CC: BY-SA. Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan met Saudi Arabia’s King Salman...
Related topics: Pakistan, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Flickr

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Vikings Killed Off Iceland’s Walruses

Enlarge (credit: Andrew Shiva / Wikipedia) There are no walruses in Iceland, but, at one time, there were hundreds. The timing of the walruses' disappearance suggests that the population's loss may be one of the earliest known examples of humans...
Related topics: Iceland

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Wikipedia References Now Include Book Previews Hosted By The Internet Archive

Wikipedia is an incredible resource, but the accuracy of claims published on its pages is sometimes called into question. To improve the site's credibility and usability, the Internet Archive is working to make references easier to follow by...

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Wikipedia Citations Get Way More Legit With The Addition Of Books

Everyone knows that to legitimize anything you read on Wikipedia, the crowd-sourced online encyclopedia, you need to scroll to the bottom of the page and check out the references, notes, and citations (or click the little footnote link in the...

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"the Characters Act As Childishly As They Talk, And Discriminating Picture-goers Will, No...

"There is nothing romantic about either Katharine Hepburn or Humphrey Bogart, for both look bedraggled throughout."From a 1951 review of "The African Queen," quoted at Wikipedia. We watched the movie last night. I think it was about the 3rd time for...

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How Wikipedia’s Far Left Operatives Use Fraud And “citogenesis” To Smear Trusted Conservative...

Wikipedia is a far left platform that regularly alters its entries in a partisan attempt to shape popular opinion. Several conservative leaders and conservative publications are littered with garbage, liberal opinion and complete lies in the...

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Popular Protest: Just How Effective Is It?

James Dorsey(Image Credit: Nathan Keirn, Wikipedia Commons)
Related topics: Protests

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Over Concerns Of Oil Industry Smog-cleanup Delay, Conservation Groups Announce ‘intent To Sue’...

The fracked gas and oil industries are large contributors of photochemical smog. So says who? Well, for one, information on Wikipedia supports this finding. “The ... Read more

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