do you read info on wikipedia

October 15, 2008 2:43am CST
well most of the time if i have questions i look for it at the net and most of the time i read some info at wikipedia. well do you read infors that is posted at wikipedia? and who are the ones develope this site?
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@kun2349 (23473)
• Singapore
17 Oct 08
Nope, i have never read from wikipedia.. Because i just hate reading.. lol =D All those info i know, are thru listening and seeing for myself.. hehe ^_^ If there's a long long explaination, i will need quite some to read it, and i have to make sure it's something i'm interested in.. hehe
• India
15 Oct 08
WiKi is one place where I can find the first hand info on most of the stuff. Although they do not give detailed information on some of the advanced titles, it can still be referred to understand the basics of something and then we can make advanced searches and get to know more. You can know about the founders of wiki on the wiki site itself. Most of the articles are user created. People with enough qualifications make the articles and post them there and other users also can edit the info at a later stage. This helps in continuous update of the site and the articles are very much up to date. bourne
@super_jj (1417)
• Philippines
15 Oct 08
for general info, yeah. I dont know who are the developers of wiki. but i think they make sure the info they publish is acurate. But if you're into funny, sarcastic info, try
@tikei18 (359)
• Philippines
15 Oct 08
I don't know who are the developers of wikipedia. But yes, I always read infos in wikipedia. It helps me a lot. It lessen my time researching for the article I want to know. I think it's a good source of information. When I was in my high school life. If I have a assignment. First thing to visit is wikipedia. And I think most of my classmates also use wikipedia. I can see we have a same answers and when we ask each other where we search it. We all are the same, Wikipedia!