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Telepolis is a blog. It doesn't establish notability. Rewired links don't work. DCDuring 18:41, 5 October 2007 (UTC)
I created this entry, knowing the guidelines but believing it was a clear cut case where something was needed to clear up confusion over whether Gary Wolf, of Roger Rabbit fame, is also responsible for the nonfiction books and the Wired magazine articles cited in other entries in wikipedia. For now I have removed the broken link to Rewired and the notability tag - but if there's concern perhaps this page can be reduced to a stub. Wiredresearch 23:09, 18 October 2007 (UTC)