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    Schönen guten tag, ich bin neu und möchte gerne folgenden Link auf dieser Seite unterbringen! SlideshareRrappold 13:18, 15 July 2008 (CEST)

    Applause to the foreword, Kunda. You did really good on that one. mutante 21:44, 9 November 2005 (CET)

    Hey, mattis, wo gehört das hier denn hin?

    "Wer lluna installiert hat, kann andere Surfer sehen, die sich zur selben Zeit auf derselben Seite aufhalten. Menschen, die zur selben Zeit dieselbe Webseite besuchen, teilen dasselbe Interesse. Das ist oft ein Grund, um sich miteinander zu unterhalten.

    Firefox Extension/Erweiterung

    LLuna ist ein Chat-Programm mit Video, Whiteboard, Telepointer und bald auch mit Voice over IP. Der LLuna Chat ist zu dem kostenlos. Als Open Source Chat bzw. Messenger verbindet LLuna Welten: die reale mit dem Web. Das Internet wird zum Erlebnisraum, in dem man Menschen sieht und trifft. Genau wie im realen Leben, denn da sind ja auch nicht alle Menschen unsichtbar. Deshalb ist LLuna das Programm für das wahre Leben im Internet - the real web life."


    "Anderson argues that Wikipedia (and Google too, by the way) has greater probablistic value than Britannica, because even though some individual entries fall below standard, the average level of quality combined with the enormous size (ten times as many entries as Britannica) makes it more likely to have a good research experience in Wikipedia than in a peer-reviewed encyclopedia. This probabilistic viewpoint goes against our brains, he asserts, but is nonetheless a key to a new world order of information presentation..."

    "Keying off this argument, Clifford Stoll concedes that Chris’s probabilistic theories are (probably) correct, but that doesn’t mean Wikipedia and Google are good for us. By rewarding the optimization of large-scale social intelligence, are we removing incentive to create high-quality microscopic content?"

    Wikipedia, Google, and Alien Brains

    from the Social Software Weblog

    Q: Why are people so uncomfortable with Wikipedia? And Google? And, well, that whole blog thing?

    The Long Tail:The Probabilistic Age

    Wired editor Chris Anderson offers a spirited defense of internet "systems" like Wikipedia, Google, and the blogosphere. Criticism of these systems, he argues, stems largely from our incapacity to comprehend their "alien logic."

    Have faith

    External link as beginning of page[edit]

    Does the article have to start with an external link to wikipedia? In general i would prefer external links to follow later in the text, on the bottom or at least after some first definition sentence. Otherwise it seems like leading away from the page before even reading it. mutante 17:27, 16 January 2006 (CET)

    == www.shopofficialredskins.com/sav-rocca-jersey.html



    == www.bearsofficial.com/chris-conte-jersey.html



    == www.titansofficial.com/justin-hunter-jersey.html



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