Talk:Automatic Complaint-Letter Generator

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References vs. current reality[edit]

I noticed two inconsistencies between the page's references and the ACLG Website:

  1. The Washington Post reference indicates that the ACLG first appeared on the Web in 1996, but the program's New and Improved page indicates that it first appeared on the Web sometime in 1994.
  2. The tally of grammatical constructs cites a Cincinnati Post article from 1995. Since then, the tally has grown considerably according to the program's Statistics page.

What's the right way to modify the Wikipedia entry regarding those two points? (I'm completely new to editing Wikipedia pages.) I assume the first reference should be changed to point to the New and Improved page, but the grammatical-construct tally refers to a dynamically changing entity. How do Wikipedia pages normally deal with things like that?

Spakin (talk) 00:12, 5 October 2009 (UTC)

Thanks for pointing out those inconsistencies. I've modified the page accordingly. By the way, Wikipedia entries deal with dynamically changing entities by using WebCite, which capture what the web page currently looks like. Cunard (talk) 00:34, 5 October 2009 (UTC)