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🔴Sign up with your email at Epoch TV to watch 👉 🤍 “Wikipedia made a real effort at neutrality for, I would say, its first five years or so. And then… it began a long, slow slide into what I would call leftist propaganda,” says Wikipedia co-founder Larry Sanger. What was the original vision for Wikipedia? And why did its neutrality policy collapse? Sanger says he’s now working on creating a new decentralized network, a “superset of all encyclopedias.” “We need a democratic revolution in tech.” #LarrySanger #Wikipedia #Neutrality - - - 👉Watch EXCLUSIVE episodes only on Epoch TV: 🤍epochtv.com 🔵 Sign up for our newsletter👉 🤍 so you don't miss out on our exclusive videos and private events. 💎Donate to support our work: 🤍 💎Subscribe to The Epoch Times: 🤍 Find out where you can watch us on cable TV: 🤍 Follow Jan on Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Parler: 🤍 Rumble: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Gettr: 🤍 - - - [EXCLUSIVE DOCUMENTARY] DeSantis: Florida vs. Lockdowns 🤍 - - - LATEST EXCLUSIVE EPISODES: Dr. Scott Atlas on Vaccine Mandates for Children, Natural Immunity, and Florida’s COVID Surge 🤍 Lenore Skenazy: How Overparenting Is Crippling the Next Generation 🤍 Harvard Epidemiologist Martin Kulldorff on Vaccine Passports, the Delta Variant, and the COVID ‘Public Health Fiasco’ 🤍 Larry Elder Reflects on the California Recall Election, with Former State Sen. John Moorlach 🤍 Dr. Robert Malone on Ivermectin, Escape Mutants, and the Faulty Logic of Vaccine Mandates (PART 2) 🤍 Dr. Robert Malone, mRNA Vaccine Inventor, on Latest COVID-19 Data, Booster Shots, and the Shattered Scientific ‘Consensus’ (Part 1) 🤍 Clyde Prestowitz: How Communist China Entrapped America’s Elite, from Washington to Wall Street 🤍 Vivek Ramaswamy: The Unholy Alliance of Big Government, Big Business, and Woke Dogma 🤍 Konstantin Kisin: In a Society Gone Mad, Don’t Be a Useful Idiot 🤍 Michael Shellenberger: Reports of a Coming Climate Catastrophe Have Been Greatly Exaggerated 🤍 EXCLUSIVE: Ex-Special Ops Michael Brewer on Heroic Rescue Efforts Airlifting Americans, Afghans Out of Afghanistan 🤍 Johnnie Moore on the ‘Human Rights Catastrophe’ in Afghanistan and the China, Taliban, Pakistan Alliance 🤍 North Korean Defector Yeonmi Park on Communist Tyranny and ‘the Suicide of Western Civilization’ 🤍 Michael Yon: The Incentives That Caused a Global Migrant Crisis, from Lithuania to the Darién Gap 🤍 Naomi Wolf on Censorship, Vaccine Passports, and the Reversal of ‘My Body, My Choice’ 🤍 Dr. Bret Weinstein: ‘Perverse Incentives’ in the Vaccine Rollout and the Censorship of Science 🤍 Victor Davis Hanson on the Assault on Meritocracy, Politicization of the Virus, and the ‘Platonic Noble Lie’ 🤍 Jaco Booyens: Trafficking Epidemic Fueled by Lockdowns, Police Cuts, and a Porous Border 🤍 Reggie Littlejohn: 2022 Beijing Olympics Will Be a ‘Genocide Games’ and ‘Propaganda Bonanza’ for Communist China 🤍 Kyle Bass: The ‘Cancer’ of China’s New Digital Currency 🤍 Roger Garside: A Coming Coup Will End China’s Communist Dictatorship 🤍 Lara Logan: Propagandists & ‘Political Assassins’ Have Infected the Media 🤍 - - - OUR PLAYLISTS: The Communist China Threat: 🤍 Culture Wars: 🤍 Traditional Values: 🤍 Crossfire Hurricane / FISA Abuse: 🤍 CCP Virus: 🤍 Media: 🤍 Economy: 🤍 Education: 🤍 - - - Wikipedia Co-founder Larry Sanger: Why Wikipedia Has Failed and What to Do About It Credits: shutterstock Images: 🤍 Music: Audioblocks.com, epidemicsound.com Stock Video: Videoblocks.com - © All Rights Reserved.
Freddie Sayers meets Larry Sanger. Listen to the podcast version: 🤍 Read the full article here: 🤍 Chances are, if you’ve ever been on the internet, you’ve visited Wikipedia. It is the world’s fifth largest website, pulling in an estimated 6.1 billion followers per month and serves as a cheat sheet for almost any topic in the world. So great is the online encyclopaedia’s influence is so great that it is the biggest and “most read reference work in history”, with as many as 56 million editions. But the truth about this supposedly neutral purveyor of information is a little more complex. Historically, Wikipedia has been written and monitored by a community of volunteers who collaborated and contested competing claims with one another. In the words of Wikipedia’s co-founder, Larry Sanger who spoke to Freddie Sayers on LockdownTV, these volunteers would “battle it out”. This battle of ideas on Wikipedia’s platform formed a crucial part of the encyclopaedia’s commitment to neutrality, which according to Sanger, was abandoned after 2009. In the years since, on issues ranging from Covid to Joe Biden, it has become increasingly partisan, primarily espousing an establishment viewpoint that increasingly represents "propaganda". This, says Sanger, is why he left the site in 2007, describing it as “broken beyond repair”. Follow UnHerd on social media: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 #wikipedia #covid19 #bias
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My picks for some of the best novels for 3-11 year olds. Part 1 of 3. Part 2 is at: 🤍 Show this video to your kids, and see if they're inspired! Mine saw all three and immediately asked me to start reading "Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nimh." Across all three videos, about 45 books are mentioned (not counting series). Here is the list in part 1: Osborne, Mary Pope. Tales from the Odyssey. D'Aulaire's Book of Greek Myths. Evslin, Bernard. Heroes, Gods and Monsters of Greek Myths. Dawood, N.J. Aladdin and Other Tales from the Arabian Nights. Brothers Grimm. Fairy Tales. Andersen, Hans Christian. Fairy Tales. Stories of King Arthur and Robin Hood. Carroll, Lewis. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Carroll, Lewis. Through the Looking-Glass. Kipling, Rudyard. Just So Stories. Milne, A.A. Winnie-the-Pooh. Atwater, Richard. Mr. Popper's Penguins. Estes, Eleanor. The Moffats. Cleary, Beverly. Henry Huggins & Ramona books. Cleary, Beverly. The Mouse and the Motorcycle. Bond, Michael. Paddington books. Dahl, Roald. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Dahl, Roald. Matilda. Dahl, Roald. The BFG.
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My picks for some of the best novels for 3-11 year olds. Part 2 of 3. Part 3 is here: 🤍 Show this video to your kids, and see if they're inspired! Mine saw all three and immediately asked me to start reading "Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nimh." Across all three videos, about 45 books are mentioned (not counting series). Here is the list covered in part 2: Spyri, Johanna. Heidi. Burnett, Frances Hodgson. The Secret Garden. Wilder, Laura Ingalls. Little House on the Prairie. Taylor, Mildred D. Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry. Armstrong, William H. Sounder. Gipson, Fred. Old Yeller. White, E.B. Charlotte's Web. O'Brien, Robert C. Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nihm. Farley, Walter. The Black Stallion. Banks, Lynn Reid. The Indian in the Cupboard. Sobel, Donald J. Encyclopedia Brown books. Various. The Hardy Boys books. Various. Nancy Drew books.
My picks for some of the best novels for 3-11 year olds. Part 3 of 3. Back to Part 1: 🤍 Show this video to your kids, and see if they're inspired! Mine saw all three and immediately asked me to start reading "Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nimh." Across all three videos, about 45 books are mentioned (not counting series). Here is the list covered in part 3: Collodi, Carlo. The Adventures of Pinocchio. Kipling, Rudyard. The Jungle Book. Baum, L. Frank Baum. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Tolkien, J.R.R. The Hobbit. Lewis, C.S. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. White, E.B. Stuart Little. White, E.B. The Trumpet of the Swan. Juster, Norton. The Phantom Tollbooth. L'Engle, Madeline. A Wrinkle in Time. Le Guin, Ursula. Catwings. Rowling, J.K. Harry Potter books.
An intro to the cell for kids. What is a cell? All life is made of cells; size of cells; cell membrane; cytoplasm; organelles; single-celled organisms; microorganisms; deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA); the nucleus; eukaryotic vs. prokaryotic cells; protists; prokaryotes; bacteria.
Dr. Larry Sanger is a co-founder (or as he likes to call it "ex-founder") of Wikipedia who just came out with a book about the development of the revolutionary company and where it is today called "Essays on Free Knowledge: The Origins of Wikipedia and the New Politics of Knowledge" Larry and I discuss not just what Wikipedia was originally slated to be, but much more on what it is today (especially some of it's negative influences and practices). It is one of the most highly trafficked sites online today, and it has a tremendous influence on our everyday life and politics in ways many of us don't fully understand. Follow Larry's work: - Latest Book: 🤍 - Twitter: 🤍 Support Wisdom Collective: - 🤍 Connect and Listen on Other Platforms: - Best contact on Twitter 🤍 - Available on Apple Podcast: 🤍 - Available on Google Podcasts: 🤍 #Wikipedia #Politics #News
My little boy reading at age 2 and then later at ages 3 and 4. He reads the First Amendment at 2:47 (age 3 years, 10 months). For explanation, see my free book-length essay, "How and Why I Taught My Toddler to Read." Find it at larrysanger.org/reading.html together with free educational tools I developed. I am now working on this stuff thanks to support by the Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi. UPDATE: for a video showing my #2 son is reading at age 3 1/2, go here: 🤍
Wikipedia is no doubt one of the most useful resources as a student as it basically has articles on everything you can think of from history and literature to calculus and physics. Despite this, most teachers and professors aren't very big fans of Wikipedia given that the site has historically not been the most accurate or reputable because anyone can submit revisions and additions to the site. Over time, the site has become much more accurate due to the large number of contributors, and in most cases, all of the sources used for the wiki article are cited. So, Wikipedia is often a great starting point to get a general understanding of a topic or concept which can then be confirmed by cross-referencing the sources. But, this still leaves the question: Who founded Wikipedia and where are the founders today? This video explains the story of Larry Sanger, Jimmy Wales, and Wikipedia, and how they created one of the most resourceful sites in the world. Earn Interest From The Government & Top Corporations: (iOS App for US Residents) 🤍 Socials: 🤍 Discord Community: 🤍 Timestamps: 0:00 - Wikipedia 0:59 - Jimmy Wales 3:45 - Larry Sanger 6:00 - Nupedia 8:10 - Wikipedia 10:16 - Jimmy & Larry Today Thumbnail Credits: Rex 🤍 🤍 Resources: 🤍 Disclaimer: This video is not a solicitation or personal financial advice. All investing involves risk. Please do your own research. 🤍
Jack Murphy sits down with Larry Sanger, co-founder of Wikipedia, to drill down on the philosophy of knowledge, Big Tech censorship, lockdown madness, and much more. Larry Sanger Co-Founder | Wikipedia Twitter: 🤍 LSanger - Jack Murphy's Book, "Democrat To Deplorable," Now Available On Audiobook: 🤍 Liminal Order: 🤍 Follow Jack Murphy: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Rumble: 🤍
The Unbearable Rightness of Truth: Technology, Knowledge, and Fake News in the Information Age Dr. Larry Sanger (co-founder of Wikipedia) and Dr. Saksham Sharda (Creative Director at Outgrow.co) Commercialisation of knowledge and the role of open-source technology The rise of online quizzes and calculators that gamify knowledge and provide infographic and targeted information The origin of the online Encyclopaedia in the Information Age and how blockchain can revolutionise it Information glut in the Information Age and its consequences: forged articles, fake news, and dubious sources The popular “distrust” of experts in the Information Age and how technology can combat it Click here for a free trial: 🤍
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Larry Sanger, the founder of Wikipedia, talks to OpIndia about the Left bias of Wikipedia, how it all started, Jimmy Wales, his unwillingness to rectify things, the future of the Encyclosphere are more.
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A very brief summary of Western (and near Eastern) history. This, Part 1, is about ancient and medieval history. Mentions the Ice Age, early farming, Fertile Crescent, ancient Egypt, ancient Greece, the Roman Republic, the birth of Christ and early Christianity, the Roman Empire, the Middle Ages, the rise of Islam, and Vikings. To help us make more free videos, go to 🤍 For a bit more detail on these topics, see "Ancient Times": 🤍 Part 2, renaissance and early modern: 🤍
I spent 1 year chasing this video. And finally. Here it is. The story of Wikipedia on Nas Daily! Thank you Jimmy Wales for all your work! Thank you for watching Nas Daily! Our mission is to bring people together, and that's why we create content that does exactly that - And if you love reading more than watching videos, HERE is a link to our blog: blog.nasdaily.com/
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Please watch: "James Rickards - LIVE on BIDS: The New Great Depression, Currency Wars" 🤍 ~ The Digital Declaration of Independence and Social Media Strike - Today Larry Sanger comes back to discuss his Digital Declaration of Independence. (you can read and sign the declaration here) Like many of us, Larry is fed up with social media and tech companies taking advantage of their users. Vague terms and condition agreements with secretive arbitration practices, embarrassingly contradictory definitions of "hate speech" and "violence"...exploitive use of our content, and privacy...all of these things has led Larry to write his declaration. The declaration describes the abuses, callous behavior and ethically corrupt behavior in the style of Jefferson over 2 hundred and 2 score years ago. Pete A Turner and Larry talk about the declaration, free speech and the social media strike he's asking us to commit to. We're in. #podcast #episode #bids #digitaldeclarationofindependence #groundtruth # Episode Haiku: When we limit others speech Protecting us from hate speech We lose our own words Similar episodes: Larry Sanger Dr. Richard Ledet Angelo Moore
An introduction the Golden Rule for young children. You know the Golden Rule, that great universal moral maxim, found in many forms in many religions and philosophies: "Do unto others what you would like them to do unto you."
The Unbearable Rightness of Truth: Technology, Knowledge, and Fake News in the Information Age Dr. Larry Sanger (co-founder of Wikipedia) and Dr. Saksham Sharda (Creative Director at Outgrow.co) Commercialization of knowledge and the role of open-source technology The rise of online quizzes and calculators that gamify knowledge and provide infographic and targeted information The origin of the online Encyclopaedia in the Information Age and how blockchain can revolutionize it Information glut in the Information Age and its consequences: forged articles, fake news, and dubious sources The popular “distrust” of experts in the Information Age and how technology can combat it Click here for a free trial: 🤍 Follow us on social media to hear from us more - 🤍 (Facebook) 🤍 (LinkedIn) 🤍 (Twitter) 🤍 (Pinterest) 🤍 (Instagram) Happy creating!
Please watch: "James Rickards - LIVE on BIDS: The New Great Depression, Currency Wars" 🤍 ~ Shadow Banning, Decentralized Networks and Freedom of Speech - Today we've got 2 PhD's on the show. Dr. Larry Sanger is a philosopher, a co-founder of Wikipedia, and the current CIO of Everipedia. We also feature Dr Timothy Furnish who was shadow banned by Facebook. Dr. Tim has been on the show a number of times to discuss music, but more importantly Islam and history...Tim's area of expertise. We get into why the "left" favors Islam and not Christianity. Why private companies would choose to alienate and be prejudiced against conservatives...and much much more. #bids #podcast #episode #conversation #freedomofspeech #shadowban #facebook #islam #itunespodcast #youtube Similar episodes Dr. Timothy Furnish Dr. Richard Ledet Everipedia 2
Between the Brackets is a MediaWiki podcast hosted by Yaron Koren, a MediaWiki consultant, developer and author (and podcast host). For more information, see 🤍 Originally aired on November 24, 2020 🤍 Larry Sanger is best known as the co-founder of Wikipedia, but he is also an internet entrepreneur, philosopher, and the founder of other sites including Citizendium. He is the author of the new book Essays on Free Knowledge: The Origins of Wikipedia and the New Politics of Knowledge. Links for some of the topics discussed: Larry Sanger homepage 🤍 Essays on Free Knowledge on Amazon and Gumroad 🤍 🤍 Citizendium 🤍 Encyclosphere website 🤍 Everipedia 🤍 "Wikipedia founder calls for social media strike", BBC News, July 1, 2019 🤍 New episodes every 2 weeks. This video is a port from the official Between the Brackets podcast, hosted at 🤍
Poem by Robert Louis Stevenson, read and explained for kids by Sanger Academy. Please contribute $1 to Sanger Academy to help these free videos coming: 🤍 The poem is read slowly, then a dozen or so vocabulary items are explained along with some general notes, then the poem is read quickly. Source: Stevenson's A Child's Garden of Verses.
I've been using SuperMemo with son, age 6, for about 5 months in our homeschooling work. According to the software's stats feature, he has 90% recall of around 1500 facts. This is just from doing review for 30-40 minutes per day. (I have to type the questions in, too, so it's not a trivial amount of work.) This means that he'll learn the salient facts of whatever book we put into SuperMemo in this way. We don't give this treatment to all books he reads (that would entail way too many questions). If you wonder why we're doing this, just ask yourself: would you like to be able to remember 90% of the facts you learned in your education? Besides, the more he learns now, the more he'll be able to learn later.
ideaXme interviews Larry Sanger, Philosopher and Co-Founder of Wikipedia and discovers some surprising things about him! Why and who does he want to raise the dead? This is unlike any other interview of Larry Sanger in print or on the Internet. Scroll down for the interview. Background: From Larry Sanger's Wikipedia Page "Lawrence Mark "Larry" Sanger /sæŋər/ (born July 16, 1968) is an American Internet project developer, co-founder of Wikipedia, and the founder of Citizendium. He grew up in Anchorage, Alaska. From an early age he has been interested in philosophy. Sanger received a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy from Reed College in 1991 and a Doctor of Philosophy in philosophy from Ohio State University in 2000. Most of his philosophical work has focused on epistemology, the theory of knowledge.". He has been involved with various online encyclopedia projects. He is the former editor-in-chief of Nupedia, chief organizer (2001–02) of its successor, Wikipedia, and founding editor-in-chief of Citizendium. From his position at Nupedia, he assembled the process for article development. Sanger proposed implementing a wiki, which led directly to the creation of Wikipedia. Initially Wikipedia was a complementary project for Nupedia. He was Wikipedia's early community leader and established many of its original policies. Sanger left Wikipedia in 2002, and has since been critical of the project. He states that, despite its merits, Wikipedia lacks credibility due to, among other things, a lack of respect for expertise. In October 2006, Sanger started a somewhat similar encyclopedia to Wikipedia, Citizendium. Sanger has taught philosophy at Ohio State University and was an early strategist for the expert-authored Encyclopedia of Earth. He has worked on developing educational projects for individuals behind WatchKnowLearn. He has designed a web-based reading program named Reading Bear which aims to teach children how to read. In February 2013, he attempted to start a news crowdsourcing project named Infobitt; it ran out of money in mid-2015 without the code being ready to handle a fullscale launch.. Larry Sanger's ideaXme interview The Big Ideas Wikipedia Open Source News Education Libertarian Politics Philosophy The Human Story Growing up His love of Philosophy Home schooling his kids The people Larry would like to meet The questions he would like to ask them
A very brief summary of Western history. This, Part 2, covers roughly A.D. 1000-1700. Includes Norman conquest, Battle of Hastings, Renaissance, Black Death, Gutenberg, Columbus, the Catholic Church, the Reformation, American colonies, Scientific Revolution, and the Enlightenment. To help us make more free videos, go to 🤍 Part 1, ancient and Middle Ages: 🤍
What? Is it possible to teach this abstruse part of philosophy to kids? Yup, says this Ph.D. philosopher and father of two. The main focus of the video is the question, "What is redness?" Covers (in a very elementary way) the definition of "philosophy," objects, properties, and the problem of universals (including a mention of Plato's theory of univerals).
Basic outline of the stories of Odysseus, Hercules/Heracles, Jason, Perseus, Theseus, and Bellerophon. This doesn't actually tell the stories. It's just a review.
A simple illustrated list of the main types, or genres, of Western painting, including portraits, history paintings, religious paintings, mythological paintings, landscapes, genre paintings, still lifes, and abstract paintings. Familiar examples, all non-nude.
All about the letter A—everything a preschooler needs to know. Capital vs. lowercase, place in the alphabet, different fonts, handwritten vs. typed, video demonstrating how to write capital and lowercase A, the short A sound and many examples, the long A sound and some examples, and sounding out some very short words using A. Please help us make free videos like this full time at 🤍