Follow Up On Google/Wikipedia Ban

There’s another post over at Marketing Pilgrim touching on the same article I posted about yesterday (original article here).

I think Marketing Pilgrim says the same thing as Seth Godin, in that obviously Googling something for hard facts is normal, but Googling for critical thinking is just going to fail. If people use multiple Google/Wiki sources to pool together their essay/paper and help structure it, it shouldn’t be a problem. But just taking the first search result from Google and repeating that definitely isn’t a good idea.

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