Tom Wolfe

Thomas Kennerly ” Tom ” Wolfe Jr. (born March 2, 1931) [1] is an American author and journalist, who is best known for his association with and influence over the New Journalism literary movement. Of journalistic objectivity and evenhandedness are rejected. He is a researcher in the 1950s, but achieved national prominence in the 1960s following the publication of such best-selling books as The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test (a …

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Lawrence Solomon

Lawrence Solomon is a Canadian writer on the environment and the executive director of Energy Probe , a Canadian Non-Governmental environmental policy organization. His writing HAS Appeared in a number of newspapers, Including The National Post Where he: has a column, and he is the author of Several books on energy resources, urban sprawl , and global warming , Among Them The Store Solution (1978), Energy Shock (1980), Toronto Sprawls: A History (2007), and The Deniers(2008). [3]

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Andrew Schlafly

Andrew Layton “Andy” Schlafly ( / ʃ the æ f l i / ; born April 27, 1961) is an American lawyer and Christian conservative activist, [1] and the founder and owner of the wiki Conservapedia . He is the son of the late conservative activist and lawyer Phyllis Schlafly . [2]

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Jane A. Restani

Jane A. Restani (born February 27, 1948 in San Francisco , California ) is a Senior Judge of the United States Court of International Trade . She was appointed to the Court on November 16, 1983 by President Ronald Reagan . She has served as a judge of the Court from 2003 to 2010.

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Robert L. Park

Robert Lee ( Bob ) Park (born January 16, 1931) is an American emeritus professor of physics at the University of Maryland, College Park , and a director of public information at the Washington office of the American Physical Society . [1] Park is MOST Noted For His commentaries are critical alternative medicine and pseudoscience , as well as His criticism of how legitimate science is distorted or ignored by the media, some scientists, and public …

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Patrick Nielsen Hayden

Patrick James Nielsen Hayden (born January 2, 1959 in Lansing, Michigan ) is an American science fiction editor, fan, fanzine publisher, essayist, reviewer , anthologist , teacher and blogger. He is a World Fantasy Award and Hugo Award winner (with nine nominations for the final award), and is an editor and manager of Science Fiction at Tor Books . He changed his name to “Nielsen Hayden” on his marriage to Teresa Nielsen …

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Robert McHenry

Robert Dale McHenry (born April 30, 1945) is an American editor, encyclopedist , philanthropist and writer. McHenry worked from 1967 for Encyclopædia Britannica Inc. or associated companies, becoming editor-in-chief of the Encyclopædia Britannica in 1992, a position he held until 1997. McHenry is also author of the book How to Know (2004) Contributor to journals.

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Edward Lucas (journalist)

Edward Lucas (born May 3, 1962) is a British journalist working for The Economist , London-based global news weekly. He was the Moscow office chief from 1998 to 2002, and thereafter the central and east European correspond. [1] He has also been a correspondent for The Independent and the BBC . Lucas also writes occasionally for the Daily Mail . Edward Lucas is Senior Fellow and Contributing Editor at the Center for …

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Jaron Lanier

Jaron Lanier Zepel ( / dʒ eɪ r ᵻ n the ᵻ n ɪər / , born May 3, 1960) is an American computer philosophy writer, computer scientist, visual artist, and composer of classical music. A pioneer in the field of virtual reality , [2] Lanier and Thomas G. Zimmerman left Atari in 1985 to found VPL Research , Inc., the first company to sell VR goggles and gloves . In the late 1990s, Lanier worked on applications for Internet2 , and in the 2000s, He was a visiting …

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Alex Konanykhin

Alex Konanykhin (born Alexander Pavlovich Konanykhin ( Russian : Александр Павлович Конаныхин ) September 25, 1966) is an entrepreneur and former banker. He started his career by founding a private bank in Russia towards the end of communist rule. [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] Konanykhin is sometimes spelled as Konanykhine.

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Andrew Keen

Andrew Keen (born 1960 [2] ) is a British-American entrepreneur and author. He is PARTICULARLY Known For His view que le current Internet culture and the Web 2.0trend May be debasing culture, an opinion he shares with Jaron Lanier and Nicholas G. Carr Among Others. Keen knowledge of the Internet and the Internet.

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Jonathan Jones (journalist)

Jonathan Jones is a British art critic Who has written for The Guardian since 1999. He Has Appeared in the BBC television series Private Life of a Masterpiece and in 2009 [1] Was a judge for the Turner Prize . He has also been judged for the BP Portrait Award .

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Carl Hewitt

Carl Eddie Hewitt ( / h j u ɪ t / ) is an American computer scientist Who designed the Planner programming language for automated schedule [1] and the actor model of concurrent computation , [2] qui-have-been influential in the development of logic , Functional and object-oriented programming . Planner was the first programming language based on procedural plans invoked using pattern-directed invocation from assertions and goals. The actor model Influenced the development of the Schemeprogramming language, [3] the π-calculus , [4] and served as an inspiration for Several other programming …

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Amanda Filipacchi

Amanda Filipacchi ( / f ɪ l ɪ p ɑː k ɪ / ; born October 10, 1967) is an American novelist. She Was Born in Paris and educated in Both France and the US She is the author of four novels, Nude Men (1993), Vapor (1999), Love Creeps (2005), and The Unfortunate Importance of Beauty (2015). Her fiction has been translated into 13 languages. [2]

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Virginia Abernethy

Virginia Abernethy (born 1934) is a Cuban-born American academic. She is an emeritus of psychiatry and anthropology at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. She has published research on population demography and immigration. She ran for Vice President of the United States in 2012 Alongside Merlin Miller for the American Freedom Party , a Party That Promotes white supremacy . [1] [2] [3]

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Racial bias on Wikipedia

Wikipedia has been criticized for having a systemic racial bias in its coverage , due to an under-representation of people of color within its editor base. [1] The President of Wikimedia DC , James Hare, noted that “a lot of black history is left out” of Wikipedia, due to articles predominately being written by white editors. [2] Articles that do exist on African topics are, …

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Gender bias on Wikipedia

Gender bias on Wikipedia on the online encyclopedia, and especially its English-language site ; que la Nature and quantity of ict happy is biased due to the fact That a dominant majorité of Wikipedia editors are male. It is Among the MOST frequent Criticisms of Wikipedia , and part of a more general criticism about systemic bias in Wikipedia . The Wikimedia Foundation , which runs Wikipedia, agrees with …

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Criticism of Wikipedia

Criticism of Wikipedia -of icts happy, procedures, and operations, and of the Wikipedia community -covers Many subjects, topics, and themes about the kind of Wikipedia as an open source encyclopedia of subject entries That Almost anyone can edit. Wikipedia has been criticized for the unavailability, acceptance, and retention of articles about controversial subjects. The main concerns of the critics are the factual reliability of the …

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