Originally Posted By: lanovamiThere do seem to be a lot less female contributors on wiki. I am not sure why. But again, it is a very impersonal environment and I wouldn't be surprised if many contributors were women and I didn't even know it. Maybe
Okay, I take the bait and wax political in the forum so ordained. Pubs look to sue instead of impeach Do they really think this will fare better? This is just as much a rallying cry Dems as impeachment is I believe. I think this move will also
Originally Posted By: lanovamiThe entry on ‘Sex and the City’ includes only a brief summary of every episode, sometimes two or three sentences; the one on ‘The Sopranos’ includes lengthy, detailed articles on each episode,” he wrote." That's not
I am just happy it is easier to find and see now. The last time I looked for it, I had to sign up for an account with NBC and when I finally got to the link for the video it said... "Not viewable in your region" This time it was a snap.
This also has me curious if the same bias exists on wiki in other languages. I assume it does. Wikipedia, as did so many things, started in America in English. Sometimes when my Japanese students are at a loss for where to get English material for
Sorry, as a very regular Wikipedian, you have really piqued my interest. From the link: "Zandt argues that Wikipedia is biased because the majority of its editors are 'young, white, child-free men.'" Hmmm.. does 42 count as young? If no
I agree it's a waste of money, but...Originally Posted By: Stumpy1Thanks, Dr. John, for catching my drift immediately. DLC, I apologize for my sarcasm. I'm sorry. Lanovami and Yoyo, I see no problem if more women contribute to the internet or any
I don't think most would take your comments as caustic; at least I didn't. Yes, that's what I meant. There is specifically a way to identify yourself as male or female on wikipedia, but most people don't bother and in majority of cases I am sure it
Thanks, Dr. John, for catching my drift immediately. DLC, I apologize for my sarcasm. I'm sorry. Lanovami and Yoyo, I see no problem if more women contribute to the internet or any other entities, so I am with you, there. Spending tax money to
Looking at some of those lines in isolation makes me want to go back and see what I can read from the code key for my Word Suite and the like.. The first half of my license key: License Key: VQ5P5M3T-4ZSRGDSB Nope, nothing earth shattering to d
Indeed, speed reading must involve the same skills. I was worried as I didn't seem to be moving as fast as the message told me I should be but than I realized if I can read the message at all I must be doing all right. I doubt there is much science
THANK YOU DEAR Nice to know I'm still poppin' on all 8 Still not completely straight yet with regard to the medication I was given to overcome an allergic reaction... I still can't walk a straight line, nor touch the end of my nose with my
Generally speaking cyberspace has been a male domain from its origins. That's changing. I think it's kind of silly to quantify the fact that Wikipedia, or cyberspace as such, is a male domain, but if it encourages a shift, then it'll end up not bei
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