Wikipedia, developed in 2001, is the largest example of a working Wiki. It was the brainchild of Wiki-pioneers Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger. As of December 2007, Wikipedia featured around 9.25 million articles in over 253 languages, equaling a combined total of over 1.74 billion words within the Wikipedias of all the different languages combined. Wikipedia's content is the collaborative effort of millions of volunteers from across the world. Wikipedia's articles all push for factualness and Net Neutrality.
- Profile of Wikipedia users (pdf) from the Pew Internet & American Life Project
- An empirical examination of Wikipedia's credibility from First Monday
- Experts rate Wikipedia's accuracy higher than non-experts from Ars
- Britannica v. Jimmy Wales. A ‘pedia off. from the Whats New Media blog
- Wikipedia links used to build smart reading lists from New Scientist
- Researchers Use Wikipedia To Make Computers Smarter from Physorg.com
- Everyone's Encyclopedia from the San Diego Union Tribune.