This was the attempt by Jimmy Wales (of Wikipedia fame) to bring a more transparent crowd-sourced approach to internet search. Wales’ complaint was that the “black boxes” of the big search engines are undesirable in the long term: as people come to depend more on search, they deserve a chance to look under the covers at how results are arrived at, and to help influence the rankings. Read more
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