Help Wikipedia!

Link here to read an appeal from Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales.

Self has no personal relationship with this site (she isn’t even listed there, ha ha ha!), but she’s grown addicted to it.

Remember self’s post about “Pygmalion, the Remake: Starring, In Order of Appearance, John McCain and Sarah Palin”? Made possible by Wikipedia’s listing the pair under an entry for “Pygmalion” (Self nearly died laughing)

When self first discovered Wikipedia (in the Works Cited pages of her students’ papers — !), she was distressed. She tried to ban her students from using the site as a reference. But now she thinks Wikipedia is great. Jimmy Wales is great. Jimmy Wales is a genius like Steve Jobs (if not just quite like the late Harold Pinter).

Please help.

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