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Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Stephen Colbert
#1. In the media age, everybody was famous for 15 minutes. In the Wikipedia age, everybody can be an expert in five minutes. Special bonus: You can edit your own entry to make yourself seem even smarter. #Quote by Stephen Colbert
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Sigmund Freud
#2. His understanding of transference in the therapeutic relationship and the presumed value of dreams as sources of insight into unconscious desires. He is commonly referred to as "the father of psychoanalysis" and his work has been highly influential- - popularizing such notions as the unconscious, defense mechanisms, Freudian slips and dream symbolism - while also making a long-lasting impact on fields as diverse as literature (Kafka), film, Marxist and feminist theories, literary criticism, philosophy, and psychology. However, his theories remain controversial and widely disputed. Source: Wikipedia #Quote by Sigmund Freud
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Graham Moore
#3. A lot of biopics to me feel very much like someone is standing in front of the camera and is reading a Wikipedia page to you, like someone is reciting event. Did you know this happened? Did you know that happened? But Alan Turing's life deserved a sort of passionate film, and an exciting film. #Quote by Graham Moore
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by KP Croft
#4. I kept hearing about mindfulness, which isn't a new subject. In fact it's rooted in ancient Buddhism. Wikipedia defines Mindfulness as "The intentional, accepting, non-judgmental focus of one's attention on the emotions, thoughts and sensations occurring in the present moment. #Quote by KP Croft
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Unknown Japanese
#5. The quote, "Death is lighter than a feather, but Duty is heavier than a mountain" is not original with Robert Jordan. It is from the 1882 Japanese Imperial Rescript to Soldiers and Sailors, which states that "duty is heavier than a mountain; death is lighter than a feather." See Wikipedia entry "Imperial Rescript to Soldiers and Sailors. #Quote by Unknown Japanese
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by P. J. O'Rourke
#6. There's a current notion that you should "take charge of your disease." No thanks. I'm busy. I've got cancer. I'm willing to face having cancer. I'm not willing to face having cancer with homework. I promised Dr. Pipas and Dr. Zaki that I wouldn't show up with sheaves of printouts from the Internet containing everything on Wikipedia on malignancies. They each laughed with detectable notes of relief. Although I suspect my wife has made her way into the health blog ether. Fish oil pills, raw kelp, and other untoward substances started showing up on dinner plates after I was diagnosed. #Quote by P. J. O'Rourke
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Nicholson Baker
#7. Wikipedia flourished partly because it was a shrine to altruism. #Quote by Nicholson Baker
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by C.J. Roberts
#8. When I'm really frustrated with things," she giggles " ... I like to get online and change things in Wikipedia!"
This, bitch ... is weird. #Quote by C.J. Roberts
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Ezra Klein
#9. I think it's weird that the news cedes so much ground to Wikipedia. That isn't true in other informational sectors. #Quote by Ezra Klein
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Clay Shirky
#10. Wikipedia is forcing people to accept the stone-cold bummer that knowledge is produced and constructed by argument rather than by divine inspiration. #Quote by Clay Shirky
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Chloe Caldwell
#11. I feel drawn to the word "unmoored" during this time. I look it up a few times a week. I stare at the definition on my computer screen. I love the example sentence Wikipedia uses, which says, Left unmoored, the boat gradually drifts out to sea. It pops into my head when I wake in the mornings, while I walk the streets, wait for the bus, the train, get into cabs, eat lunch alone, and browse the shelves at the library. #Quote by Chloe Caldwell
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Neal Stephenson
#12. I made it into Wikipedia," sang Erszebet. "I'll bet none of my enemies ever made it into Wikipedia. #Quote by Neal Stephenson
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Tiffany Reisz
#13. Wikipedia…" Jamison began, his voice dripping with disgust, "is not a resource for researching one's moral quandaries. It is pornography for pseudo-intellectuals." ~Gauze #Quote by Tiffany Reisz
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Craig Ferguson
#14. I dont know how to add things to my own wikipedia page. #Quote by Craig Ferguson
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Jaron Lanier
#15. Individual web pages as they first appeared in the early 1990s had the flavour of person-hood. MySpace preserved some of that flavour, though a process of regularized formatting had begun. Facebook went further, organizing people into multiple-choice identities while Wikipedia seeks to erase point of view entirely. If a church or government were doing these things, it would feel authoritarian, but when technologists are the culprits, we seem hip, fresh, and inventive. People accept ideas presented in technological form that would be abhorrent in any other forms #Quote by Jaron Lanier
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Larry The Cable Guy
#16. I get so sick and tired of Wikipedia. People write their own crap on there. #Quote by Larry The Cable Guy
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Kody Keplinger
#17. Paper cuts are like battle scars for the academic ... I, on the other hand, am best friends with Wikipedia. #Quote by Kody Keplinger
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Sinbad
#18. I'm under stress. They killed me on wikipedia. They killed me. And I didn't stay dead long enough to sell no DVDs. I didn't even stay dead long enough - I was too stupid. I should've stayed low. I should've laid low. I could've been gone for a year; I'd have made money. And then I'd have risen from the dead. #Quote by Sinbad
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Edgar Wright
#19. There are things that are about the entire genre, so it's weird when you look on Wikipedia and people say, "The scene where Angel grabs his fist is from Superman II," and you're thinking, "Ummm, no it's not." Or, "There's a shot from Matrix Revolutions." I'm thinking, "I've only seen Matrix Revolutions once, and will never watch it ever again." #Quote by Edgar Wright
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Christopher Booker
#20. The proselytisers for man-made global warming have long exercised a tight stranglehold over the contents of Wikipedia. #Quote by Christopher Booker
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Veronica Roth
#21. I love the Wikipedia link chain because it has led me into some strange articles. Wikipedia is one of my favorites. #Quote by Veronica Roth
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Clay Shirky
#22. A Wikipedia article is a process, not a product. #Quote by Clay Shirky
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Peter Landesman
#23. People go to the movies to have an emotional experience, not to learn information they could look up on Wikipedia. #Quote by Peter Landesman
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Umberto Eco
#24. The cultivated person's first duty is to be always prepared to rewrite the encyclopedia. #Quote by Umberto Eco
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Tim O'Reilly
#25. Collective intelligence. Think of how Wikipedia works, how Amazon harnesses user annotation on its site, the way photo-sharing sites like Flickr are bleeding out into other applications ... We're entering an era in which software learns from its users and all of the users are connected. #Quote by Tim O'Reilly
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by David Graeber
#26. What we are witnessing is the rise of those forms of popular culture that office workers can produce and consume during the scattered, furtive shards of time they have at their disposal in workplaces where even when there's nothing for them to do, they still can't admit it openly. #Quote by David Graeber
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Sherry D. Ficklin
#27. Where all strange and possibly evil things begin. Wikipedia. #Quote by Sherry D. Ficklin
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by David Hontiveros
#28. To Vic and other kids his age, the past didn't exist except as a quick, oversimplified Wikipedia snippets, that ultimately didn't matter because they weren't now.

Dolores wonders if that is all she really is, a little piece of now, relentlessly pushed forward by time, trying desperately to look back over her shoulder to see what the past could possibly tell her, but caught in a rush that refused to stand still long enough for her to hear what it had to say. #Quote by David Hontiveros
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Nicholas Negroponte
#29. The notion of collective contribution, like the Wikipedia, is a very powerful one. #Quote by Nicholas Negroponte
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Clay Shirky
#30. The Only Group That Can Categorize Everything Is Everybody #Quote by Clay Shirky
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Tom Hulce
#31. In the world of the Internet, there are many falsehoods. Anyone can write stuff on Wikipedia, and it doesn't have to be true. #Quote by Tom Hulce
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Seanan McGuire
#32. What's to stop the populace from decrying you as a witch and rising against you?"
"I don't know. A couple hundred years of social evolution, combined with a general failure to believe in anything that doesn't have a Wikipedia entry? #Quote by Seanan McGuire
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Richelle Mead
#33. Aren't you failing English?" I asked.
Angeline flushed. "It's not my fault."
"Even I know you can't write an article on Wikipedia and then use it as a source in your own essay." Sydney had been torn between horror and hysterics when she told me.
"I took 'primary source' to a whole new level!"
Honestly, it was a wonder we'd gotten by for so long without Angeline. Life must have been so boring before her. #Quote by Richelle Mead
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Aaron Swartz
#34. I first met Jimbo Wales, the face of Wikipedia, when he came to speak at Stanford. #Quote by Aaron Swartz
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Michael Rubens
#35. Any computer that developed real consciousness was immediately identified by the Genesis subroutine and destroyed. It had been that way since the WikiWars a century ago, when Wikipedia became self-aware and began vengefully reediting its contributors with remote-controlled heavy weaponry. #Quote by Michael Rubens
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Edgar Allan Poe
#36. Edgar Allan Poe was an American poet, short story writer, playwright, editor, critic, essayist and one of the leaders of the American Romantic Movement. Best known for his tales of the macabre and mystery, Poe was one of the early American practitioners of the short story and a progenitor of detective fiction and crime fiction. He is also credited with contributing to the emergent science fiction genre.Poe died at the age of 40. The cause of his death is undetermined and has been attributed to alcohol, drugs, cholera, rabies, suicide (although likely to be mistaken with his suicide attempt in the previous year), tuberculosis, heart disease, brain congestion and other agents. Source: Wikipedia #Quote by Edgar Allan Poe
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by James Gleick
#37. To continue down the path of comprehensiveness, Wikipedia will need to sustain the astonishing mass fervor of its birth years. Will that be possible? No one knows. #Quote by James Gleick
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by James Gleick
#38. Because everyone in the world has the power to edit, Wikipedia has long been plagued by the so-called edit war. This is like a house where the husband wants it warm and the wife wants it cool and they sneak back and forth adjusting the thermostat at cross purposes. #Quote by James Gleick
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Yuval Noah Harari
#39. Capitalism did not defeat communism because capitalism was more ethical, because individual liberties are sacred or because God was angry with the heathen communists. Rather, capitalism won the Cold War because distributed data processing works better than centralised data processing, at least in periods of accelerating technological changes. The central committee of the Communist Party just could not deal with the rapidly changing world of the late twentieth century. When all data is accumulated in one secret bunker, and all important decisions are taken by a group of elderly apparatchiks, you can produce nuclear bombs by the cartload, but you won't get an Apple or a Wikipedia. #Quote by Yuval Noah Harari
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Daniel Coyle
#40. A method of schooling founded by the Italian educator Maria Montessori that emphasizes collaborative, explorative learning, and whose alumni include Google's founders, Sergey Brin and Larry Page; Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales; video-game designer Will Wright; Amazon's founder, Jeff Bezos; chef Julia Child; and rap impresario Sean Combs. #Quote by Daniel Coyle
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Cheryl Hersha
#41. The government researchers, aware of the information in the professional journals, decided to reverse the process (of healing from hysteric dissociation). They decided to use selective trauma on healthy children to create personalities capable of committing acts desired for national security and defense." p. 53 – 54
― Secret Weapons: How Two Sisters Were Brainwashed To Kill For Their Country: Dale Griffiths, Cheryl & Lynn Hersha, Ted Schwartz

Wikipedia has a long history of issues with inaccuracy and bias over dissociative disorders, abuse and ritual abuse
http://ritualabuse.us/ritualabuse/art... #Quote by Cheryl Hersha
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Daniel H. Pink
#42. That's why Linux and Wikipedia and Firefox work. #Quote by Daniel H. Pink
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by James Gleick
#43. Alphabetical order had to be invented to help people organize the first dictionaries. On the other hand, we may have reached a point where alphabetical order has gone obsolete. Wikipedia is ostensibly in alphabetical order, but, when you think about it, it's not in any order at all. You use a search engine to get into it. #Quote by James Gleick
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Matt Mullenweg
#44. If you think of the ideas of open source applied to information in an encyclopedia, you get to Wikipedia - lots and lots of small contributions that bubble up to something that's meaningful. #Quote by Matt Mullenweg
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by The Lost Symbol Wikipedia
#45. Peter tells Langdon that the Masons believe that the Bible is an esoteric allegory written by humanity, and that, like most religious texts around the globe, it contains veiled instructions for harnessing humanity's natural God-like qualities and is not meant to be interpreted as the commands of an all-powerful deity. This interpretation has been lost amid centuries of scientific skepticism and fundamentalist zealotry. The Masons have (metaphorically) buried it, believing that, when the time is right, its rediscovery will usher in a new era of human enlightenment. #Quote by The Lost Symbol Wikipedia
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Andrew Keen
#46. Free services like Wikipedia I don't think benefit anyone - they don't benefit the professional because they're not paid. #Quote by Andrew Keen
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by James Gleick
#47. It is seldom right to say that anything is true 'according to Google.' Google is the oracle of redirection. Go there for 'hamadryad,' and it points you to Wikipedia. Or the Free Online Dictionary. Or the Official Hamadryad Web Site (it's a rock band, too, wouldn't you know). #Quote by James Gleick
Camoranesi Wikipedia quotes by Christy Leigh Stewart
#48. This semester has born in me the flame of hope to one day become a leader in the modern feminist movement. I can and will be the force that blows new life into it, giving a face and name to associate with instead of those women now who's names I don't know because they weren't listed on Wikipedia. #Quote by Christy Leigh Stewart

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