Wikipedia and Contagious Innovation

For millennia, humans have recorded and passed on their knowledge. Encyclopaedias have been around for at least 2000 years – with the 37 books of Pliny’s Naturalis Historia, describing everything the Romans knew about the natural world, surviving to this day. With the advent of the internet, encyclopaedic information and knowledge is accessible almost everywhereContinue reading “Wikipedia and Contagious Innovation”