Basically, I believe wikipedia has it’s merits and upturns. However, this is a list of links that addresses some of the issues with
wikipedia. I am not really a wikipedia hater, but I do take issue with it since a large group of my friends – as well as others, of course – uses wikipedia for facts – which may often prove wrong. Most of the time it doesn’t matter, but sometimes it really does…

If you have any more links reporting about the backsides of wikipedia, let me know at

Nature mag cooked Wikipedia study – The Register
Britannica’s Reponse to Nature – Britannica
Wikipedia science 31% more cronky than Britannica’s – The Register
$10m for a Wikipedia for grown-ups – The Register
Who owns your Wikipedia bio? – The Register
Why Wikipedia isn’t like Linux – The Register
Wikipedia founder admits to serious quality problems – The Register
The amorality of Web 2.0 – Nicholas Carrs blog
There’s no Wikipedia entry for ‘moral responsibility’ – The Register
DIGITAL DOMAIN; Anonymous Source Is Not the Same as Open Source – New York Times
Avoid Wikipedia, warns Wikipedia chief – The Register