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Defender of Wikipedia
--Hey, thank you very much, Husnock. I have now noticed vandalism on several articles that seems to be part of a class assignment gone astray --JimWae 19:39, 2005 Mar 26 (UTC)
history articles on wikipedia?
Hello Jim, I'm an historian working at the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University (http://chnm.gmu.edu/) and we are very interested in digital historical works, including the writing of history on Wikipedia. We'd like to talk to people about their experiences working on articles in Wikipedia, in connection with a larger project on the history of the free and open source software movement. Would you be willing to talk with us about your involvement, either by phone, a/v chat, IM, or email? This could be as lengthy or brief a conversation as you wish.
Thanks for your consideration.
Sounds interesting - I am going to be very busy the next month - and cannot plan exact times to chat - so let's start with e-mails --JimWae 18:34, 2005 Apr 29 (UTC)
Hi Jim, if you're more available now, I'm still very interested in speaking with you about your work on Wikipedia. Feel free to drop me an email at jfragasz_at_gmu_dot_edu. - Joan, 8/22/05
re: history articles on Wikipedia
Hi Jim, if you'd like to email me when you have some time I'm still very interested in speaking with you. Thanks, Joan Fragaszy. jfragasz at gmu dot edu
September 11, 2001 attacks
Examination of public videos reveals evidence of substantially different facts. Consider the contents of this video:* New Video Documentary of WTC Collapse As you watch, note particularly the differences in fact between this video and the wikipedia article, that are verifiable by you by reviewing the sources yourself (ie renting, buying or downloading). We are being lied to. Maybe we want to believe the lies because the truth implies intent from within. -unsigned by anon IP
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Thank you for your work on the existentialism article. After going through the definition issue for the "libertarianism" and "anarchism" pages, I understand how nerve-wracking establishing a definition for a term is when there's never been much general agreement on what the hell it actually means. Byelf2007 (talk) 18 April 2012
Before starting another editwar, we should discuss the point "Comparison to other lighting technologies". Did you own the G7 Power LED Light Bulb, 900 Lumen, Warm White, 9 Watt? This lamp is bad, it has an CRI of <75 in real. I have tested over 40 different LED-Lamps from all known brands (Pilips, Osram, Toshiba, Samsung, LG, Ledon, Megaman, Bioledex...) and know their quality. In my opinion the referenced lamps should be well known, proved models who are really representive for the possible quality of the LED technology. So why not use the winner of the US Department of Energy's L-Prize, holder of the EPA ENERGY STAR ? This lamp has moren REAL lumen, an good CRI and costs the same? In my opinion, we should change back the LED-Lamp to the Philips Ambient 12.5W.
DYK for Agnosticism
|On 16 February 2014, Did you know? was updated with a fact from the article Agnosticism, which you created or substantially expanded. The fact was ... that the word "agnosticism" was coined by biologist Thomas Henry Huxley? The nomination discussion and review may be seen at Template:Did you know nominations/Agnosticism. You are welcome to check how many hits the article got while on the front page (here's how, quick check) and it will be added to DYKSTATS if it got over 5,000. If you know of another interesting fact from a recently created article, then please suggest it on the Did you know? talk page.|
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