Wikipedia and Related Wikimedia Foundation Project's (W.F.P)

Discussion in 'The Hip Polls' started by AMS351996, Nov 27, 2018.

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Is Wikipedia and Related Wikimedia Foundation Project's (W.F.P) Positive or Negative?

Poll closed Jan 27, 2019.
  1. Positive/Advantageous

    2 vote(s)
    50.0%
  2. Negative/Disadvantageous

    2 vote(s)
    50.0%
  1. AMS351996

    AMS351996 Transsexual Space-force Member

    Is wikipedia and related wikimedia foundation project's (W.F.P) disseminating misinformation and disinformation, is it objectively observable materialist fact or subjective reality-and-morality, akin to organised religion such as and specifically organised christianity and such as and specifically organised islam, conveying half-truth's, false promises and exaggerated claims since bottom-up politically-correct group-think, which is what journalist's do if they work for marketised/commercialised/merchant mainstream mass media fact's-and-figures versus factlet's-and-factoids, isn't this what wikipedia and related wikimedia foundation project's (W.F.P) is in today's modern era on-and-over through-and-under the internet?
     
  2. AMS351996

    AMS351996 Transsexual Space-force Member

    True, I use to read-and-study/educate-and-inform/interpret-and-apply/analyse/evaluate/assess fully-thoroughly-and-fatally, but if you think independently, engage in in-depth critical thinking, join the dot's/connect the dot's, cross-reference then wikimedia foundation project's (W.F.P), such as wikipedia, specifically wikipedia-built-based-and-bound material's-and-resources, is just one of many sources, in essence don't rely on one complete-and-whole total-and-utter source, you either begin a public passive discussion, such as "I found/discovered this (really) neat/nifty article on wikipedia" or you end a public passive discussion, by stating you cross-referenced/cross-sourced using wikipedia, such as "I checked by referring/sourcing wikipedia, to see if every part written/typed is accurate/on-point" verbatim/word-for-word, you never quote and paraphrase using wikipedia articles for the body of your work (s), it's a fool's errand
     
    Last edited: Jan 5, 2019

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