Wikipedia is one of the original online platforms with many structural challenges, yet they are making it work
“Wikipedia is a free online encyclopedia, created and edited by volunteers around the world”
With over 40M articles and 15 billion page views, Wikipedia is the fifth-most popular website in the world. With an editorial community of 75,000, Wikipedia has maintained a hierarchical structure to ensure the quality of content. Managed by a non-profit organization and providing content to its readers for free, how is Wikipedia sustaining itself?
About Quora Quora is a question and answer site, where anyone can sign up for an account and start posting questions or responding to questions posted on the site. The company’s mission is to “share and grow the world’s knowledge.” It […]
Wikipedia pioneered collective intelligence online over a decade ago. However, in a changing online world, many question the relevance of Wikipedia going forward.
Wikipedia can probably be said to be the father of internet crowdsourcing. Building on a non-for-profit business model, Wikipedia launched a free, web-based, multilingual and collaborative encyclopedia in 2001. Aiming to be “The sum of all human knowledge in one place” […]
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