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  1. This seems to be a new consultancy by Rebecca Cotten and others.
  2. Mexican wiki party.
  3. "Project Bamboo is currently piloting a directory of tools, services, and collections that can facilitate digital research. This evolution of Lisa Spiro's DiRT wiki includes new ways of browsing and commenting on the entries. Please send us feedback on how to improve the site!"
  4. Somerville, anyone? I don't want to start this unless I do so with a bunch of others -- I feel like I'm starring in my own little collective action problem.
  5. updated: 2011-11-07, original: 2011-11-07 to , , , , , , , - Archived Link
  6. Good Christmas/Hanukkah gift this year!
  7. This makes me so happy!
  8. Well, Wikipedia's not really doing it, but it's nice that this project is getting some visability.
  9. This seems like very important research on Wikipedia.
  10. It's a better title than article. But it's a very good title.
    2009-05-16 to , - Archived Link
  11. Full-screen Frisco, Texas (diff) from Denton, United States 4 minutes ago Map data ©2009 Tele Atlas, MapLink/Tele Atlas, AND - Terms of Use
  12. Horrible.
    2009-03-18 to , , - Archived Link
  13. Awesome resource. I can't believe I've only found this now.
  14. Incredible community. I really think that there's some amazing things going on with translation communities.
  15. Yet another Wikipedia derivative/alternative/etc...
  16. Interesting article on Wikipedia by computer science and logic luminary Carl Hewitt. He's a smart guy, even if I think the article is not completely correct.
  17. Wiki to help people compare one thing with another. The MySQL and Postgres comparison is particularly awesome.
  18. 2008-10-15 to , , , - Archived Link
  19. A printed copy of the book is also available! Awesome!

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