Monday, September 3, 2018

Hail Britannica

I was watching a Silicon Valley clip on YouTube, and noticed there was a link to Encyclopedia Britannica beneath the video:

The title of the clip is "Billionaire Holocaust," and if you follow the Britannica link, you're taken to the entry about the Holocaust.  I remember hearing that YouTube planned to insert Wikipedia links beneath videos dealing with controversial topics.  In my opinion, it's much wiser to go with a non-mutable source like the Encyclopedia Britannica.

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