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    I've used this account as a WikiGnome since 2004—I edited anonymously before that. In 2010 I published Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia, a book about Wikipedia's historical roots, collaborative culture, and much debated legacy. That same year I reconstructed Wikipedia from its first ten thousand edits. You can read more about my work at my home page.

    In 2020, I helped co-edit a collection of essays anticipating Wikipedia's 20th year anniversary.

    Years ago, I facilitated a Wikipedia-related reading group at the Berkman-Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard.

    I mostly shepherd student contributions within an online communities course. Students post Questions, Insights, and Comments in response to readings, write or extend articles, and reflect on their experiences as nascent Wikipedians, as you can see in the course pages:

    I'm sad the article on "Failed Predictions" was deleted: it is interesting and instructive and I keep a copy here.

    Feel free to e-mail me.