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  • 14427Q181Jimmy WalesJimmyWalesWales,_JimmyJimmy_Wales_in_August_2006.jpg1966The founder and former President of the Wikimedia Foundation, a non-profit
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  • Sohn, and Jimmy Wales with Pioneer Awards  (2006)  Electronic Frontier Foundation 1725288EFF Honors Craigslist, Gigi Sohn, and Jimmy Wales with Pioneer
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  • Jimmy Wales Speaks at Closing Ceremony of Wikimania 2014  (2014)  by Jimmy Wales 1720434Jimmy Wales Speaks at Closing Ceremony of Wikimania 2014Jimmy
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  • 1º piso. Tel: 5252-0260 Jimmy Wales is an Internet entrepreneur and wiki enthusiast, and founder of the Wikipedia project. Jimmy was born in Huntsville
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  • Wikipedia? This has been a matter of an embarrassing dispute between Jimmy Wales and me. But I think the facts that ought to inform the debate are not
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  • Testimony by Jimmy Wales to United States Senate  (2007)  by Jimmy Wales 17142412007 Testimony by Jimmy Wales to United States SenateJimmy Wales2007
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  • Wikipedia Governance  (2002)  by Jimmy Wales 1180862Wikipedia GovernanceJimmy Wales2002 Wikipedia Governance This is not a topic I would have chosen
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  • The project was founded by Internet entrepreneur Jimmy Wales and philosopher Larry Sanger. Wales' Bomis.com search engine has supplied the financial
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  • and Jimmy Wales 1786210Free Encyclopedia Project, Wikipedia, Creates 20,000 Articles in a YearInterview contacts listed as Larry Sanger and Jimmy Wales2002
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  • by Internet entrepreneur Jimmy Wales and philosopher Larry Sanger. Bomis (bomis.com), an Internet web portal owned by Wales, supplied the financial backing
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  • in the English language, the results were worse than expected. While Jimmy Wales, the co-founder and promoter of Wikipedia, expressed delight, he also
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  • were written by experts and licensed as free content. It was founded by Jimmy Wales and underwritten by Bomis, with Larry Sanger as editor-in-chief. Initially
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  • neutrality, completeness and readability. Recently, Wikipedia's founder Jimmy Wales highlighted the value of conducting a study which analysed articles across
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  • Surman, Shuttleworth Foundation Aleesha Taylor, Open Society Institute Jimmy Wales, Wikimedia Foundation and Wikia Paul West, Commonwealth of Learning Werner
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  • yet to be adopted by the community. However, Wikipedia's co-founder Jimmy Wales took a clear stand on the issue in 2005: "Let me say quite firmly that
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  • folks like you and me. Ironically, while it was a great influence on Jimmy Wales and the intrepid new generation of amateur encyclopedists who created—and
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  • In his June 9, 2010 interview with The Chronicle of Higher Education, Jimmy Wales was asked about the Edward Owens hoax, which was an academic assignment
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  • rural and outback areas, including the district around Binalong, New South Wales where he spent much of his childhood. Paterson's more notable poems include
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  • Poisonous Jimmy Gets Left by Henry Lawson 52548Poisonous Jimmy Gets LeftHenry Lawson ‘WHEN we got tired of digging about Mudgee-Budgee, and getting
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  • He told me that when he saw Al jump toward Jimmy he thought sure both boys would be crushed. Seizing Jimmy in his arms just as the box car was about to
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