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I'd like to create an accurate page for Gothamist, which is one of the largest blog networks on the web (according to Technorati, BlogNetworkList, etc . It's currently linked to from various Wikipedia pages, and gets mentioned in the press quite a bit. Similar companies, including Gawker Media, Weblogs Inc., BoingBoing, Overheardinnewyork and Metroblogging have pages on Wikipedia. We'll keep adding info today-- please don't delete us until we've at least finished the page.
Will you be mentioning contributers as well?
I want to add some information about some criticisms Gothamist has received from media watch dogs and the like. I have never edited a wikipedia article before, so I may not do it correctly. Any help will be appreciated. I'll do the research and provide an skeletal outline, but might someone else be able to help as well? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 17:36, 17 December 2007 (UTC)