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British Open 2018 live stream: How to watch Round 1 online ...|1 hour ago - The Open Championship starts Thursday. You can watch or stream it on Golf Channel, beginning at 1:30 a.m. ET and running through 4 p.m. ...|British Open leaderboard 2018: Live ...

Spoiler alert: Why people love looking up spoilers - BBC News

Delving into the Wikipedia pages of series or films you're not planning to watch is all well and good, but why do it for pop culture you actually enjoy? Dan Selcke, the editor of WinterIsComing.net, a Game of Thrones fansite, has a theory. He's not ...

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25 Rock + Metal Wikipedia 'Facts' Debunked - Loudwire

... misconception about Metallica's Black Album, we've debunked more fiction than anybody else. Check out these 25 Wikipedia 'Facts' Debunked in the gallery below and click here to watch our new season premiere with Avenged Sevenfold's M. Shadows.

The 9 Best Horror-Movie Wikipedia Pages (According to People Who Read Them) - The Cut

Will I ever actually watch it? Absolutely not. I don't need that kind of stress in my life. But I've read the Wikipedia page dozens of times, returning to it whenever I'm a particular combination of bored, procrastinating, and in need of just a little ...

A Review of the 'Hereditary' Wikipedia Page, by Someone Who Is Too Afraid to See 'Hereditary' - The Ringer (blog)

I can tell you this because I have read the Wikipedia plot summary for Hereditary multiple times, which is the only way I will ever personally experience any of that terror and decapitation, because no way am I actually watching that shit. ... internet ...

This Site Tracks How Wikipedia Is Being Edited in Real-Time - Fast Company

Thinking back on his election night Wikipedia watch, Blinder was struck by the passive voice replacing the active voice on Trump's page. It was a development he didn't see on Hillary Clinton's Wikipedia article, or on other government-related pages.

Linking to Wikipedia articles from conspiracy videos won't solve YouTube's core issue - MIT Technology Review

How it will work: Wojcicki says videos on “significantly debated” topics will show pop-up cards when users watch the videos. These cards will contain information from and links to Wikipedia's freely licensed content that better explain and could debunk ...

YouTube turns to Wikipedia to help it fight conspiracy theory videos - The Drum

“When there are videos that are focused around something that's a conspiracy, we will show as a companion unit next to the video information from Wikipedia,” said Wojcicki. “People can still watch the videos, but they actually have access to additional ...

YouTube turns to Wikipedia to help debunk conspiracy theories spreading on its platform - TNW

For years, YouTube has been plagued with videos that spread hoaxes, hateful speech, and all manner of misinformation. Its latest move to combat that is to display links to Wikipedia articles when you watch conspiracy theory videos, said YouTube CEO ...

YouTube to display 'information cues' from Wikipedia articles alongside videos in a bid to combat fake news - Firstpost

“People can still watch the videos but then they actually have access to additional information, can click off and go and see that,” Wojcicki said. Lawmakers and media advocacy groups have called on YouTube to help stop the spread of hoaxes and false ...

YouTube Will Link Directly to Wikipedia to Fight Conspiracy Theories - WIRED

For example, if you search for a video about the Holocaust, YouTube might recommend that you then watch one about how the tragedy was a hoax. The recommendation system isn't designed to ensure you're informed; its main objective is to keep you ...

Scene at CU: Anderson Cooper, Wikipedia editathon, more - CU Boulder Today

See, watch and take in the moments. You might catch a glimpse of a thrilling event, a grand celebration, the culmination of an achievement, a subtle beauty among our surroundings, the flux of seasons, a quiet observance, a community connection and more.

These People Love Horror Movies. They Just Never Watch Them - Wall Street Journal

Anything more flowery is unnecessary, said Nick Bond, a NASA mission support scientist in Severna Park, Md., who watches horror movies and updates Wikipedia summaries in his spare time. “Subjective details are not only extraneous, but in fact kind of ...

Watch 'Game of Thrones' Actor John Bradley Edit His Own Wikipedia Page - HarpersBAZAAR.com

Game of Thrones might take itself very seriously, but thankfully, its cast definitely does not. John Bradley (who you might know as John Bradley West or John Bradley-West—more on that below) stopped by Wiki What? to edit his own poor little stub of a ...

Watch TJ Miller Have a Check-Up with the Wikipediatrician - Esquire.com

Wikipedia is generally not the pit of lies and misinformation that social studies teachers would have us all believe, but it's also not without its inaccuracies, which is why every notable could probably use a consult with a Wikipediatrician. The new ...

Facebook starts rolling out funded shows for Watch - Digiday

Tomorrow, news and issues publisher Attn will premiere “We Need to Talk,” a relationship-advice show, which will be followed by “Health Hacks,” starring Jessica Alba, on Friday. Hearst has two shows called “Wiki What?” which will feature celebrities ...

Facebook adjusts Watch with blog series - C21Media

The Facebook version will become available on its recently launched Watch service and feature those interviewed for the blog. Each episode of the show, first revealed by The Hollywood Reporter, is set to last 30 minutes. Watch is the first dedicated ...

How a Secret Team of Know-It-Alls Keeps the 'Game of Thrones' Wiki Up to Date - Thrillist

He typically watches each episode live without interruptions, and then rushes to his phone or computer after the show, where he'll edit from memory. If he needs to draw on a specific detail -- like who exactly were the casualties of the recent Wight ...

Death Watch: Represented by Wikipedia - Austin Chronicle

The exact details of the crime that delivered Taichin Preyor to death row remain unclear and continue to be investigated by his current team of attorneys. What's clear is that Preyor was denied certain constitutional rights during both his trial and ...

Criticism of Wikipedia—of its content, procedures, and operations, and of the Wikipedia community—covers many subjects, topics, and themes about the nature of Wikipedia as an open source encyclopedia of subject entries that almost anyone can edit. Wikipedia has been criticized for the uneven handling, acceptance, and retention of articles about controversial subjects. The principal concerns of its critics are the factual reliability of the content; the readability of the prose; and a clear article layout; the existence of systemic bias; of gender bias; and of racial bias among the editorial community that is Wikipedia. Further concerns are that the organization allows the participation of anonymous editors ; the existence of social stratification ; and over-complicated rules , the conditions of which permit the misuse of Wikipedia.

Two radically different versions of the Wikipedia biography, Klee Irwin, presented to the public within days of each other: Wikipedia's susceptibility to edit wars and bias is an issue often raised by critics of the project.

Criticism of Wikipedia—of its content, procedures, and operations, and of the Wikipedia community—covers many subjects, topics, and themes about the nature of Wikipedia as an open source encyclopedia of subject entries that almost anyone can edit. Wikipedia has been criticized for the uneven handling, acceptance, and retention of articles about controversial subjects. The principal concerns of its critics are the factual reliability of the content; the readability of the prose; and a clear article layout; the existence of systemic bias; of gender bias; and of racial bias among the editorial community that is Wikipedia. Further concerns are that the organization allows the participation of anonymous editors (leading to editorial vandalism); the existence of social stratification (allowing cliques); and over-complicated rules (allowing editorial quarrels), the conditions of which permit the misuse of Wikipedia.

Wikipedia is described as unreliable at times. In "Wikipedia: The Dumbing Down of World Knowledge" (2010), Edwin Black characterized the editorial content of articles as a mixture of "truth, half-truth, and some falsehoods". Similarly, in "Wisdom?: More like Dumbness of the Crowds" (2011), Oliver Kamm said that the encyclopedic articles usually are dominated by the editors with the loudest and most persistent editorial voices (talk pages and edit summaries), usually by an interest group with an ideological "axe to grind" on the subject, topic, or theme of the article in question.

Politics and ideology entries are also criticized on Wikipedia. In two works published in 2012, "The 'Undue Weight' of Truth on Wikipedia" by Timothy Messer–Kruse, and "You Just Type in What You are Looking for: Undergraduates' Use of Library Resources vs. Wikipedia" by Mónica Colón–Aguirre and Rachel A. Fleming–May, the authors analyzed and criticized the undue-weight policy (relative importance of a given source), and concluded that Wikipedia is not about providing correct and definitive information about a subject, but instead presenting, as editorially dominant, the perspective taken by most authors of the sources for the article. This allegedly uneven application of the undue-weight policy creates omissions (of fact and of interpretation) that might give the reader false impressions about the subject matter, based upon the factually incomplete content of the Wikipedia article.

Wikipedia is also sometimes characterized as having a hostile editing environment. In Common Knowledge?: An Ethnography of Wikipedia (2014), Dariusz Jemielniak, a steward for Wikimedia Foundation projects, stated that the complexity of the rules and laws governing editorial content and editors' behavior is a licence for the "office politics" of disruptive editors and drives away new, potentially constructive editors. In a follow-up article, "The Unbearable Bureaucracy of Wikipedia" (2014), Jemielniak said that abridging and rewriting the editorial rules and laws of Wikipedia for clarity of purpose and simplicity of application would resolve the bureaucratic bottleneck of too many rules. In The Rise and Decline of an Open Collaboration System: How Wikipedia's Reaction to Popularity is Causing its Decline (2013), Aaron Halfaker stated that the over-complicated rules and laws of Wikipedia unintentionally provoked the decline in editorial participation that began in 2009—frightening away new editors who otherwise would contribute to Wikipedia.

There have also been works that describe the possible misuse of Wikipedia. In "Wikipedia or Wickedpedia?" (2008), the Hoover Institution said that Wikipedia is an unreliable resource for correct knowledge, information, and facts about a subject, because, as an open source website, the editorial content of the articles is readily subjected to manipulation and propaganda. The 2014 edition of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's official student handbook, Academic Integrity at MIT, informs students that Wikipedia is not a reliable academic source, stating, "the bibliography published at the end of the Wikipedia entry may point you to potential sources. However, do not assume that these sources are reliable—use the same criteria to judge them as you would any other source. Do not consider the Wikipedia bibliography as a replacement for your own research."

Deleted Wikipedia articles submitted by insane people

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KenFM zeigt: Die dunkle Seite der Wikipedia

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Top 15 Scary Wikipedia Pages You Should NOT Visit

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WIKIPEDIA (Mark Angel Comedy) (Episode 128)

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10 Creepy Wikipedia Pages You Should Never Visit!

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Is Wikipedia a Credible Source?

It's the go-to website for information on just about anything. But is the info on Wikipedia worth it's weight in megabytes? Trace has the answer and tells us about a ...