Published May 22 2012 by Naked Security - Sophos


Wales announces World's First Wikipedia Town

You might not yet have heard of Wikipedia GLAM. It's a project targeting galleries, libraries, archives and museums, aimed at "improving Wikipedia's coverage of topics related to the cultural sector".

Intriguingly, GLAM has just notched up its first Wikipedia Town.

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