Weinberger Interviews Wikipedia’s Jimmy Wales

June 4th, 2007

David Weinberger
Everything is Miscellaneous

Wired News/Berkman Center Podcast Series

Jimmy Wales is a Berkman Fellow, the founder of Wikipedia, and also the latest to speak with David Weinberger in a series of interviews for Wired Magazine.

Download the MP3 (time: 22:21).

Having founded an Internet phenomenon that is rewriting, both literally and figuratively, what we can expect from a modern collection of information, Jimmy has a one of a kind perspective on what the guidelines and regulations are for a non-profit, user-generated account of everything.

In this interview, David and Jimmy talk about what the rules are for Wikipedia and how they help or hinder this unprecedented project. David’s recent work, Everything is Miscellaneous, is available on the Berkman Books page and the rest of David’s interview series with Internet luminaries is available on the Wired Blog.

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