By D. Alexis Hart
Web Design by Christopher Burnside
Larry Sanger, a Ph.D. philosopher (The Ohio State University, 2000), was, along with Jimmy Wales, a co-founder of Wikipedia. Sanger is currently the Editor-in-Chief of a new wiki encyclopedia project called Citizendium. He has written and spoken extensively on the subjects of online knowledge communities and what he calls "the new politics of knowledge" in the age of the Internet. He also offers consulting services on the design of online collaborative communities for Internet businesses. Sanger's website is www.larrysanger.org.
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