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Wikipedia and Science

A post at business|bytes|genes|molecules discusses the readability of Wikipedia, as it relates to the site's science posts. This blogger says it should be a general resource that links to more specific resources, such as Wikia or the Encyclopedia of Life project. It should be, the blogger says, a place to "get a good start."

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