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Our vision is to build a universal knowledge base for everything, everyone, everywhere. Read more at:
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Everipedia 9h
Replying to @SandmanSimonds
what about censoring the censorship of a book about censorhip?
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Everipedia 10h
Replying to @williamlegate
STAY STRONG LEGATE! <3
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Replying to @AYAMAAR
real G's move in silence...
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Everipedia 10h
Mariam Pirzadeh is a journalist who covers Iran for . She's worked as a correspondent on the ground in Tehran and studied Iran's history at Paris-Sorbonne University. Listen to Mariam if you want to understand what's going on in Iran.
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Sharyl Attkisson🕵️‍♂️ 14h
It's arcane but u can read ridiculous edits Wikipedia editors made re: Sen. Grassley's wedding date. The way it works, Grassley isn't considered a reliable source on that. Of course other, favored people can edit their own Wiki bios to say anything.
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Sharyl Attkisson🕵️‍♂️ 14h
Part of initial idea is you can create new pg. on or take Wikipedia version of a page (on ) and actually edit out the bias/mistakes/agenda, which Wikipedia agenda editors won't allow. Not assurance of 100% accuracy but striving for less bias/agenda editing.
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EwokABdevito 14h
I’d totally live in one of these domes. Especially with a 360 rock climbing wall
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Sharyl Attkisson🕵️‍♂️ 14h
Not sure of anything yet but the market begs for a less conflicted source. It's not a spin-off of Wikipedia. It has new processes to try to avoid some Wikipedia perils.. and who should know better than the Wikipedia co-founder who broke away and is now with ?
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Everipedia 14h
Actually the OFFICIAL rule is you can’t edit your own Wikipedia page - even with 100% correct info! Silly rule, we know... that’s why we started everipedia!
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Everipedia 14h
Actually the OFFICIAL rule is you can’t edit your own Wikipedia page - even with 100% correct info! Silly rule, we know... that’s why we started everipedia!
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Sharyl Attkisson🕵️‍♂️ 14h
When you claim to be an encyclopedia resource, details matter. Try instead. As many know, agenda editors make it almost impossible for *some* of us to correct simple provable fact errors such s this. Imagine what else is wrong.
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YEEZY homes just had its most recent project shut down due to noise complaints, but nothing will stop Kanye the architect from building. "Ultralight buildin' in the buildin' by Miuccia/Herzog and de Meuron in an office out in Basel"
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EOS Go Aug 24
The PredIQt team recently shared their latest development updates regarding their prediction market. PredIQt is the first prediction market built on EOSIO and is part of the IQ Network dApps. Read more:
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Everipedia Aug 24
Bungalow is a community of shared housing which utilizes the existing housing supply by signing leases with homeowners and offers homes in some of the most desirable places in the USA. Bungalow is rethinking modern living!
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Everipedia Aug 23
Jarrod Luo is an active member of the Singapore blockchain community and is a board member of a prominent advocacy group in the field. Great work Jarrod!
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Everipedia Aug 23
A-F-R-O is a rebel without a cause, not just because his real name's James Dean, but because he's bringing brain busting lyricism back to hip hop. Peep A-F-R-O's legendary '14 freestyle on his page.
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Everipedia Aug 23
Replying to @elijahdaniel
Ghosts n Stuff!
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Everipedia Aug 23
Replying to @davesaidthat_ @paulg
that was the inspiration for what we have built!
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David Liebowitz Aug 23
Replying to @paulg
“There is room to do to Wikipedia what Wikipedia did to Encyclopedia Britannica” -
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Paul Graham Aug 22
If Wikipedia is still around in 100 years, the 10 year old warnings about dire problems that precede each article will presumably still be there, except they'll then be 110 years old.
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