Wikipedia on Carly Rose

Carly Rose Sonenclar on FacebookCarly Rose Sonenclar made it to the big time on Wikipedia.
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Published in: on January 3, 2013 at 10:58 am  Comments Off on Wikipedia on Carly Rose  
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Persnickety Posting on RadioNewz Blog is Reminiscent of Wikipedia

All the Bull Chit going on daily on Radio’s RadioNewz Blog strongly reminds me of my editing days on Wikipedia. Is it time for all these Internet Trolls to get a life?
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Steph Watts Got His Foot in the Door

Steph Watts got himself recognized in Wikipedia, but it is only a stub article. Steph’s article got its work cut out for itself, if it is to survive the first attempt to delete it.
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Published in: on October 14, 2009 at 7:10 pm  Comments Off on Steph Watts Got His Foot in the Door  
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Simon Barrett on Wikipedia

Who is this Simon Barrett upstart? And, why is there no Wikipedia article on Simon, if he is all that important? Why have Simon and Jan Barrett been causing so much trouble on Blogger News Network (BNN)?
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Wikipedia’s Tabloid Article on Nancy Grace

There is at least one article on Wikipedia that reads like tabloid journalism. John H. Gohde recently laid out the ground work for exposing this write up on his Nancy Grace is NOT Squeaky Clean post. If you find that this article reads like juicy tabloid journalism then you should really check out Wikipedia’s discussion page.
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Published in: on February 19, 2009 at 9:03 pm  Comments (3)  
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John H. Gohde – Original Templates

John H. Gohde has resumed editing on Wikipedia. Upon his returned, John was actually surprised to find out that the two key lists that were once deleted, have been restored one way or the other by popular demand. Thus, his Wikiproject on Alternative Medicine is once again whole.
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It is Skin, More or Less

John H. Gohde recently read an interesting post on how WordPress has a very long history of failing to use the correct name. So, John is now asking is a skin more than a theme? Or is a theme more than a skin. And, when will WordPress finally get the name correct?
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Published in: on December 19, 2008 at 11:18 pm  Comments (1)  
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John H. Gohde asks: Is Wikipedia Ever Correct?

Is there absolutely anything in, on, or connected with Wikipedia that is remotely correct? Hmn, … Now that is a deep question, muses John H. Gohde. What do you guys think?

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Published in: on July 8, 2008 at 9:58 pm  Comments Off on John H. Gohde asks: Is Wikipedia Ever Correct?  
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John H. Gohde on Wikipedia Gone Mad

What is Wikipedia, if not the greatest depository on Earth of totally useless information? Are some businesses being openly promoted on Wikipedia? Has Wikipedia Gone Mad? John H. Gohde says that is a big yes.

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Published in: on June 14, 2008 at 6:39 am  Comments (1)  
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John H. Gohde – Trolls are Allowed to Break the Rules

John H. Gohde muses: Why are the Trolls allowed to break the rules?

There is a double-standard on Wikipedia. Trolls are allowed to break the rules anytime that they feel like it. While anybody who expresses a point-of-view outside of Wikipedia’s groupthink mentality is subjected to harassment that more often than not will lead up to banishment, reports John H. Gohde.

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Published in: on June 8, 2008 at 9:38 am  Comments Off on John H. Gohde – Trolls are Allowed to Break the Rules  
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John H. Gohde Trashes Wikipedia’s Privacy Policy

To say that Wikipedia and John H. Gohde don’t get along is an understatement. 🙂

Wikipedia intentionally and grossly violated the rights of John H. Gohde as an user. Wikipedia deliberately violated his privacy rights as an editor. He first registered as Mr-Natural-Heath, but they soon deliberately exposed his personal identity. They deliberately violated his rights to privacy, by any sense of the term. (more…)

Published in: on June 2, 2008 at 4:20 pm  Comments (1)  
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Wikipedia Makes it Easy for Kids to Access Nude Pictures

WorldNetDaily.com recently did an exposé on nudity and sex in Wikipedia being easily accessible to children. As a result of this news coverage, the FBI is now reviewing a Wikipedia nude photo of a 10 year old girl; as a possible violation of Federal child-pornography laws; reported John H. Gohde.

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Published in: on May 17, 2008 at 10:31 am  Comments (1)  
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John Gohde says Opinions Cannot Be Considered Defamatory

Wikipedia has once again made the tabloid news headlines. Not once, but twice. Wikipedia is sheepishly begging the court to drop a Defamation Lawsuit filed against it because they are not responsible for its reason for being, reports John H. Gohde.

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Published in: on May 6, 2008 at 11:45 am  Comments Off on John Gohde says Opinions Cannot Be Considered Defamatory  
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