Originally Posted by Gymdawg
you dont hate me do you?!?!?!?!?
If anything wikipedia is the most reliable because anyone can edit it to addd new info, and it get so much traffic that if someone flames its edited right away.Originally Posted by Brawny
KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON.
wikipedia is perfectly fine
unless you see something along the lines of [cititon needed] or something like that
all the info on wiki besides thoughs have sources
tell your teacher that
Everything in this signature except for this text was made by Wiired, he is my creator and almighty.
@mr resi. Exactly my point. Doubters take that the other way though...
I use Wikipedia more than I should. Most of my lecturers will say it's unreliable. For all its flaws, it's still quite convenient. In my experience, whenever I've used the internet to help me complete a uni assignment, it tends to be good old Wikipedia that turns out to be the best source of information (or at least, the one easiest to understand).
I never add friend codes.
Originally Posted by AndThen?
The bad part about this attitude that wikipedia is unreliable, is academic's lack of acknowledgement that actual texts may have factual inaccuracies too. For example, "Video games: a popular culture phenomenon" Written by renowned Arthur Asa Berger stated that Pokemon was created in the 1970's. Likewise, an academic book entitled "From Barbie to Mortal Kombat: Gender and Computer Games" didn't actually have a Mortal Kombat character on the cover, but instead a character from virtua fighter.
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i constantly use teh wiki. Wiki FTW
PS3 now, sorry Wii. You gather dust.
Ha ha, those books don't sound liberal as crap.
BTW: using MY definition of liberal. As previously discussed, there should be a disclaimer that you might interpret said comment differently than intended.
Loose, you're not an authority figure, you're a woman...Originally Posted by The_Loose_Cannon
Last edited by Gymdawg; 05-08-2007 at 04:31 PM.
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