James Bridle founded a Web site called Booktwo in September 2006 to “investigate, analyze, catalog and debate the future of literature and the publishing industry.” Over the years the site has been home to some interesting debates over literature and its transition from paper to screens, reports The New York Times. In a post on Monday, Mr. Bridle talked about Wikipedia and the lack of understanding readers have about the backstory of each entry on the Web site. Mr. Bridle picked Wikipedia for this discussion because he notes that the site offers a “historiography” — a thorough look at the...
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