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Homage to Wikipedia

By on 11.17.13 | 7:52PM

It is the thing to sneer at Wikipedia, but I love it, all the more so because it stands as a rebuke to the economist who tells us public goods will be under-provided unless someone pays for them. They are also getting really good. See, by way of example, the entry for Scott Ross (pronounced "Scut Russ"), the Québecois interpreter of Domenico Scarlatti. Scott Ross. Died of AIDS 15 years ago. RIP. Pull him up on YouTube.

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