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December 22, 2005

Wikipedia v. Britannica.

I’ve got a piece up at TCS Daily (as we now call Techcentralstation) on the debate between Wikipedia and Britannica. You know the sort of thing, which is more accurate and so on.

The one thing I didn’t get in was the comment from this morning by Chris Harper to the Times Watch post. Probably because he wrote that this morning while I wrote my piece yesterday. But I have to admit, I’m rather polishing my figernails over that specific piece.

There’s also another piece up at the New Libertarian. On bribery, corruption and The New York Times.

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Comments

oooh, oooh, oooh.

A stroke from Tim is praise indeed. I shall be insufferably pleased with myself for the rest of the day.

Good post at TCS. This Interwebthingy allows experts to share their expertise far and wide.

To all you gentlefolk out there in blogland - keep your eyes open for the new blog on the block, "Counting Cats in Zanzibar", wherein I take issue with a statement by David Henry Thoreau on that very subject, and otherwise generally put my foot in it.

Sigh,

But not by tomorrow though.

To paraphrase - Work, the curse of the thinking class.

Posted by: Chris harper | Dec 22, 2005 11:15:28 PM

Tim,

Surely, in admitting that you, personally, control the worlds supply of scandium, you are undermining the whole basis of the secret conspiracy to control the world, in that it is supposed to be, well, um, secret?

Are you sure that 'THEY' are not planning to take you down right now?

Posted by: Chris harper | Dec 22, 2005 11:22:59 PM

Sigh,

Who needs to criticise the MSN while the sturdy blog commentator is about?

Of course I meant to write - Henry David Thoreau.

I'll crawl back into my hole.

Posted by: Chris harper | Dec 22, 2005 11:33:19 PM