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Saturday, January 19, 2019

SUFFICIENT UNTO THE DAY

Well, my plea did not produce a restored Wikipedia page, but it did produce a better photo.

Sufficient unto the day...

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Setting out to manufacture evidence of your own importance is always a fool's errand, Bob.

Anonymous said...

My unsolicited advice about Wikipedia: use it sparingly, only for non-contentious subjects, don't give it any money, ever, and make sure you let everybody know its many limitations.

And one of its limitations is the sheer arbitrariness of its editing process.

This may not help you, but in time may eventually push Wikipedia into making its volunteer and anonymous editors accountable for their behaviour.

Another Anonymous

Anonymous said...

This may be of interest

https://www.salon.com/2013/05/17/revenge_ego_and_the_corruption_of_wikipedia/

https://www.newstatesman.com/blogs/david-allen-green/2011/09/hari-rose-wikipedia-admitted

The same Another Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Have you noticed that your German Wikipedia page is a lot more detailed?

Robert Paul Wolff said...

Wow, who even knew there was a German Wikipedia? [I know, everyone but me]. I could actually read it [I guess a language is easier when you are reading about yourself. :) ] Thank you.

Robert Paul Wolff said...

The Italian page seems to be a translation of the old English language page. Well, go where they know you, I say.