Wikipedia, as an online user-edited encyclopedia, contains information on just about any subject one could wish to learn, at least in terms of information. It isn't a good place to learn how to do things. However, becaus... More »

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Joy Reid's Wikipedia page provides information on her personal life, such as her nationality and birthplace. It also details facets of her career from 2000 to the present. Links to her personal Twitter and Facebook accou... More »

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A 2005 study revealed that Wikipedia is about as accurate as Encyclopedia Britannica. Another study from 2008 showed that Wikipedia has an accuracy rate of 80 percent in comparison to 95 to 96 percent from other sources. More »

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Wikipedia is not a reputable encyclopedia because its information is prone to changes from malicious or unprofessional people. It is susceptible to errors because anyone can edit its content. Therefore, people can add in... More »

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Wikipedia is a Web-based encyclopedia that anyone can contribute to and edit. Contributors are entirely unpaid volunteers who can contribute anonymously or under a pseudonym. More »

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Wikipedia is a fantastic resource for gaining general information about a topic, and it is especially useful as a jumping-off point for research. However, as a database which anyone can edit, Wikipedia is not an appropri... More »

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Wikipedia was launched on Jan. 15, 2001, by Larry Sanger and Jimmy Wales as an online encyclopedia with a limited editorial review process. Contributors began adding content rapidly, and Wikipedia grew to more than 20,00... More »

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