Wikipedia realy needs to clean up its act. I like it, but there's still too much craziness over there.
Tim Worthington, Analyst, WOLM Group - March 30, 2007
Wikipedia is where everyone goes to learn something, or check something. Maybe what people post is wrong. Much of the time it's right. The accuracy is the same (+/-) as Encyclopedia Britannica (look it up). So use it, check it, and enjoy it. And quit worrying about this. Wikipedia knows more than you do.
- April 2, 2007
I think Wikipedia is excellent. There is a risk of inaccuracy but as a free service it is really informative and wide ranging and refreshingly uncommercial.
Hector Taylor, Head of Research, Martrain - April 2, 2007
Wikipedia has really done a great job in dissipating information to large number of users free of cost. Their model has enabled the brand and the site to grow quickly and popularize itself. But as it grows the challenge it faces is to ensure that information it contains is accurate. Maybe the time has come when it should have a monitoring body to ascertain the accuracy of the information submitted while still allowing users to be able to still interact with the site.
Shekhar Misra, Alliance Manager, Ideavate Solutions - April 2, 2007
Wikipedia is no more accurate or inaccurate that other so-called bastion of expertise, authority and credibility. I am confident the Bush Administration could speak eloquently on this topic.
Michele, Designer, Interbrand Canada - April 2, 2007