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'Wikipedia? We Can Do Better' Co-Founder Touts Blockchain Alternative to World's Fifth Biggest Site

You probably have a different perspective on Wikipedia from mine. You think of its huge size and usefulness. I don’t. As its founder, I just think we can do better.

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Wikipedia's cofounder on how he's creating a bigger, better rival—on the blockchain

You probably have a different perspective on Wikipedia from mine. You think of its huge size and usefulness. I don’t. As its founder, I just think we can do better. 1,041 more words

Thatgamecompany's Sky: Mobile-First Gaming the New Upcoming Norm?

“Mobile-first” is a common enough phrase in the search engine optimization (SEO) realm. Surging numbers of mobile device users have forced the issue of optimizing for phone and tablet use across the board for companies with websites. 785 more words

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Jersey Wooly Rabbits: Fluffy Fairytale Bunnies

When you adopt an animal as a baby, it inevitably grows up. Literally. Puppies become full-fledged, not-so-cute dogs. Kittens become manipulative and scheming cats. Children become all-knowing teenagers. 393 more words

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Wikipedia co-founder wants to put the world’s knowledge on the blockchain

(Source: thenextweb.com)

Everipedia today announced Wikipedia co-founder Dr. Larry Sanger would be joining the company as it prepares to bring its online encyclopedia to the blockchain. 605 more words

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Ancient History Encyclopedia

There’s a great website out there, and if you don’t already know about it, you should. It’s Ancient History Encyclopediahttps://www.ancient.eu/. It’s a curated resource on history, with short, user-friendly articles on a vast array of topics. 87 more words

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Denis Diderot

1713-1784

Denis Diderot was born on October 5, 1713 in Langres, France and died on July 31, 1784 in Paris, France (Verma, 1984, 808). He was a prominent writer and major philosopher of the Enlightenment Era (Holt, 2000, 19) who published many critical thoughts on religion, politics, art, philosophy, and science. 868 more words

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