The best tech writing of the week, November 4

long reads

We all know the feeling. You’re sleepless in the sad hours of the night or stumbling around early on a hazy weekend morning in need of something to read, and that pile of unread books just isn’t cutting it. Why not take a break from the fire hose of Twitter and RSS and check out our weekly roundup of essential writing from around the web about technology, culture, media, and the future? Sure, it’s one more thing you can feel guilty about sitting in your Instapaper queue, but it’s better than pulling in vain on your Twitter list again.

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On Wikipedia

Dan Nosowitz writes about Ken Mempel, the most active contributor in shaping Wikipedia’s Hurricane Sandy entry, and his vigilance in removing…

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