1. What is Wikipedia?
2. According to Wikipedia, how old is John Seigenthaler Sr. and what Nashville publication did he previously edit?
3. Is this information accurate?
4. What claim about Mr. Seigenthaler does Wikipedia also include in its biography of him?
5. How many people have written Wikipedia entries?
6. When was Wikipedia created and by whom?
7. Why did Mr. Wales create Wikipedia?
8. Is Wikipedia a success?
9. What “question” about Wikipedia lingers?
10. Could Mr. Seigenthaler identify his “biographer”?
11. Why wasn’t he able to?
12. How did Seigenthaler choose to respond ultimately?
13. How did Mr. Wales feel about Seigenthaler’s experience?
14. How will Wikipedia soon attempt to stop tampering?
15. What is the “real problem,” according to Mr. Wales?
16. How did J. Stephen Bolhafner, a news researcher, defend Wikipedia?
17. Why are researchers having trouble helping, according to Jessica Baumgart, another news researcher?
18. What is Ms. Baumgart’s “rule of thumb,” regarding Wikipedia?
19. What solution does Derek Willis, a research database manager, suggest?
20. What did Lawrence Lessig, a law professor, have to say about Internet and the law?
21. What’s good about Wikipedia, according to Internet analyst Esther Dyson?
22. What lesson does Mr. Seigenthaler draw from all of this?