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Wikipedia Survey: April 2008
Thank you for visiting my Wikipedia survey. This study will compare two opposing views on the future of Wikipedia: Jimmy Wales' assertion that Wikipedia is a work in progress which continues to improve  and the theory that Wikipedia is a utopian idea that is bound to fail in the long run. 
I am very interested in hearing your opinions and predictions – as much as you are willing and able to provide. Please feel free to respond to as many or as few questions as you have time for. Participants are encouraged to employ the wiki model and use the talk page as an open discussion forum to share your individual experiences, offer thoughts and opinions, and respond to, interact with and debate the postings of others.
This survey is open to all members of the Wiki-community over the age of 18. You may also respond to any of these questions privately via email. The survey will be open through April 14, 8:00 PM EST.
Please click the "discussion" tab to begin the survey on my talk page.
Please feel free to email me with questions or comments, or post them via my talk page. Thank you!
1. Helm, B. (2005). Wikipedia: a work in progress. BusinessWeek Online. Retrieved March 3, 2008 from http://www.businessweek.com/technology/content/dec2005/tc20051214_441708.htm
2. Dvorak, J. C. (2008). Why Wikipedia just gets better. PC Magazine, 27(3). Retrieved March 7, 2008, from http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1759,2253665,00.asp