>> Open source software works because you have to be reasonably expert to
>> contribute and all your contributions will be reviewed by other experts.
>> Open source encyclopedias can be edited by any idiot, and with 900,000
>> entries an erroneous entry can persist for quite a while before being
>> reviewed by someone with the expertise to correct a subtle error.
As I write this my TiVo is playing a BookTV segment from CSPAN from
Monday which is talking about how they keep bumping into factual errors