Wikipedia Vs The Traditional Encyclopedia

Uploaded on Wednesday 5 March 2014


Wikipedia is undoubtedly a valuable source of general information on whatever information you seek to look up. But how reliable is it? Some entries are extensively researched and referenced, while others have a few stubs and a line or two of description. Steve and Ben talk about Wikipedia and its role as information source, as well as the issues it faces with users submitting both reliable and unreliable data to Wikipedia’s editorial team. The guys also cover: a Los Angeles film crew being hit by a train, Volcanoes partly explain warming hiatus, and Bitcoin ATMs coming to the US.


Language: English

Length: 16:35

Country: Australia