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  • was possible due to the ideas espoused by the founder of Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales. But the whole project would not have been possibe without the help of
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  • Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia
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  • Videos: TED Video: Jimmy Wales on the Birth of Wikipedia (18:40 minute mark) The Telegraph (Jimmy Wales Talks to Matt Warman): Jimmy Wales on the Future of
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  • the United States. In the sentence Jimmy Wales, who founded Wikipedia, is an intelligent man, who refers to Jimmy Wales. Constant reference occurs when an
    8 KB (1,184 words) - 14:04, 25 June 2015
  • new, the business plan is going to be a bunch of made-up nonsense. —Jimmy Wales Wikipedia and its sister projects differ from a conventionally-managed
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  • technological innovation. It is a human dialogue and conversation. —Jimmy Wales quoted in Get There Early: Sensing the Future to Compete in the Present
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  • Wikipedia) and a project can be associated to several employees (Wikipedia with Jimmy, John and Jenny), which is impossible with just a foreign key. A junction
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  • Australia: http://mentalarcade.com/resources/Papert2004.mp4 Wales, J. (2005, Jul). Jimmy Wales on birth of Wikipedia. Retrieved October 9, 2011, from TEDGlobal
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  • One day, two friends called Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger had an idea. Their goal was to collect all human knowledge and place it in this one, centralised
    1 KB (124 words) - 14:32, 8 November 2014
  • FreeReading is part of the Open Educational Movement that was started by Jimmy Wales of Wikipedia and Richard Baraniuk of Rice University. The goal of OEM
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  • to understand this miracle of the Internet should buy this book!" --Jimmy Wales "...resolves Wikipedia's paradox: Anyone can edit it, but to make your
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  • main Wikipedia entry and elsewhere. Wikipedia was founded in 2001 by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger. The term Wikipedia comes partially from the Hawaiian
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  • edit the articles written by someone else. Wikipedia was founded by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger who initially started another free Web-based encyclopedia
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  • project, called Citizendium. At this time, Bomis ceased funding Wikipedia. Jimmy Wales released a famous statement that he would never, under any circumstances
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  • is the person (Tom Croke) who started this Wikibook. In an email from Jimmy Wales today (March 7, 2003) I was warned that this Wikibook in this format
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  • Internet Movie Database - Col Needham Amazon - Jeff Bezos Wikipedia - Jimmy Wales, Larry Sanger YouTube - Steve Chen, Chad Hurley, Jawed Karim About -
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  • com 3 Linus TORVALDS 936854272 linus.torvalds@company.com 4 Jimmy WALES 936854273 jimmy.wales@company.com 5 Larry PAGE 936854274 larry.page@company.com
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  • strings plus means concatenation NamF$="Jimmy " : NamL$="Wales" : print NamF$ + NamL$ Result is Jimmy Wales - Subtract. print 6 - 4 results to 2 Multiply
    21 KB (2,505 words) - 06:00, 30 April 2016
  • people editing viable content with bogus entries. Wikipedia's founder, Jimmy Wales realized this later while enhancing website design from example. His
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  • most widely known wiki network is Wikipedia, an encyclopedia begun by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger in 2001 as a project attempting to build a free encyclopedia
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