Welcome to episode #123 of Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast. This could well be one of the best conversation about the Internet, culture and Marketing that there has been on this Podcast. Initially, I was anticipating a quick fifteen minute conversation with registered Wikipedia Editor and author of Wikipedia – The Missing Manual, John Broughton. Instead, what follows is over 35 minutes of conversation all about Wikipedia – the good, the bad, the ugly and the gorgeous, plus what every Marketer and Communications professional needs to know about this brilliant example of the Wisdom of Crowds and open source knowledge. Enjoy the conversation…
- Running time: 48:46.
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- Apple iPod Shuffle – 1gb.
- Always Be Testing – Bryan Eisenberg.
- Word of Mouth Marketing – Andy Sernovitz – 4 copies.
- In conversation with John Broughton – registered editor at Wikipedia and author of Wikipedia – The Missing Manual.
- Jay Moonah – Media Driving. We are contemplating the creation of a wiki.
- Pubic Sector Marketing 2.0 – Mike Kujawski. Look for our conversation in the coming weeks.
- Wikipedia – John Broughton User Page.
- The New York Book Review of Books – The Charms of Wikipedia – Nicholson Barker.
- David Usher – ‘Kill The Lights’.
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