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How much paper would it take to print the Internet?
U.K. college students calculated how much paper it would take to print the Internet.
One man's mission to get 'comprised of' off Wikipedia
One editor has removed tens of thousands of one very specific error from the site.
A future we haven't imagined, but might forget
Europe's search engine policy repercussions might surprise us in a bad way.
Users booted from Wikipedia over 'sock puppetry' accusations
A look at the practice of "sock puppetry" on Wikipedia, where users maintain multiple accounts to trick other editors.
Wikimania 2013: What's next for Wikipedia?
The online, crowd-sourced encyclopedia is thinking about a more social, inclusive future.
CEO of Wikimedia on making a site useful for billions
Wikimedia head Sue Gardner talks about growing the popular web collaboration project, Wikipedia.
Flame virus was created by American and Israeli intelligence
The Washington Post reports the malware was meant to be a spy precursor to a later sabotage attack.
Wikipedia gets big numbers on dark day
Blackout is a hit. Quick, someone tell the Scorpions.
PODCAST: Yahoo! or Yahoo?
News of Jerry Yang's exit from Yahoo after 17 years may mean that the company will have to fine tune its vision. Home Depot has just announced it's going to hire 70,000 seasonal workers over the next few months, but how many of those temps will land permanent jobs? Plus, we look at the true costs of online piracy.
The true costs of online piracy
Today, Wikipedia is blacking-out its site to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act. But are the costs of online piracy as high as some claim?