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Smart Book Lists from Wikipedia?

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I read this article on the NewScientist website this morning: www.newscientisttech.com/...ews_rss20. It talks about a program (not publicly available at present) that analyzes link structure in the Wikipedia to parse frequently referenced books and articles on a per subject basis. It sounds neat.Fiske
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I absolutely love Wikipedia. I hope this project takes off.
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