, for May 1, 2011 - 6:30pm
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It takes tens of thousands of writers to make the world's biggest encyclopedia, Wikipedia. None of them are paid--they do it for the love of the work. But who exactly are these people? What are their names? What are they like? Most importantly: why do they do it? This year, Wikipedia turns 10 and Digital Chronicles shows up for the birthday.
Scott Pham takes us there and Crows Nest Radio's Eric Klein co-hosts.