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Hmm.. Wikipedia has these shortcomings (i would say that they are less than shortcomings of other traditional -pedia approaches, but this is likely to change of course).

But did you know that there is a which holds the deleted content from wikipedia (whatever the reason for deletion, e.g false information, political reasons, and whatelse)

Here is your page in deletionpedia:


Hi, Mr Bateman. I'm seeking to contact you directly, with regards to a publishing venture. Could you possibly get back to me by e-mail or twitter DM.

I'm a real person, not a bot. I tweet at @danielhadas2, and am an admirer of your writing.

Hi Daniel,
We have, of course, already spoken via another venue, but I thought I'd reply to this to once again express my admiration for the line of approach "I'm a real person, not a bot", which tickles me! It's also poor that it's taken me a month to spot this comment, but then, this particular corner of the internet is clearly entering its twilight years...

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