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And Uncyclopedia has a  Seigenthaler 'article'. 

And the second para in the Yahoo article:
"People who modify existing articles will still be able to do so without 

And a bit further down:
" It takes 15 to 20 seconds to create an account on the Web site, and an 
e-mail address is not required."

That helps.......

Robert Eiffert
Librarian, Pacific MS  Vancouver WA
Librarian in the Middle Blog:

It is not the answer that enlightens, but the question.  -Eugene Ionesco

Jacqueline Henry wrote:

>The links on my last post did not seem to work.  Hopefully these will be
>better. Odd "stuff" happens when using the web-based groupwise email.
>Welcome to Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia that anyone can
>And yes - you guessed it - you can go to wikipedia to read an article
>about Uncylopedia:
>And .... on a more serious note - Mr. Seigenthaler's article in USA
>Today has brought about some changes at Wikipedia.  Evidently to create
>an entry, it is now necessary to register:
>Wikipedia Tightens Submission Rules
>To read the USA Today piece, go to

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