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Thursday, 08 March 2007

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Julia Winston

I am glad to see some advancement in regulating wikis. I don't trust the information on them just because I don't know if the poster is a reliable source. It will be interesting to see how this develops.

RJ Hooper

Wil, I like your "truth building" idea. I see two major issues: Who makes the rules and who makes the calls? Any ideas?
In the past, those who ran the journals controlled the debate but today that control is being challenged.

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