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September 16, 2008

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Charles Oliver Wolff, Esq.

It would depend on what the nature of the material was, for me. Some Wikipedia articles are very well done, others, not so. And I am no stranger to the process, hsving contributed myself. Although I do confess that any information I do get from Wikipedia is carefully checked, and, mainly, I use it as a starting point for links that can point me to better sources.

But hey...Wikipedia is open to the entire world! What greater peer review is there?

Chuck Wolff
Trumansburg, NY

Bill Altreuter

I wouldn't, but mostly because citing to dictionaries or encyclopedias is crummy writing. You just know you are in for poorly reasoned argument when someone starts off, "Websters defines...."

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