From Mental Floss, here is a crash course in Wikipedia vandalism. Is Wikipedia creative nonfiction? Wannabe Deleted: What does it take before Wikipedia decides to delete someone? The wiki way: Two cyber-gurus take a second look at how the internet is changing the world. A review of Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia by Joseph Reagle. Marvin Ammori on models for the Internet’s future: Obama-open or Julius-closed. Online comments show how news spreads: Online communication isn't just about photos of cats; it also reveals how information and ideas spread across a network. Undoubtedly, Google and other search engines have become part of everyday life — but are search engines knowledge producers, rather than neutral tools? (and more) We need to have more control over the technologies we use: Are Amazon, Netflix, Google making too many decisions for us? An article on the trouble with Facebook's "See Friendship" feature. How OpenID lost to Facebook Connect in the battle for your online identity. What would happen if Facebook made its data available for research? Arnold Roosendaal on how Facebook tracks and traces everyone, including non-Facebook members. A look at how a Web without tracking technology would be so much worse for users and consumers. A review of Program or be Programmed: Ten Commands for a Digital Age by Douglas Rushkoff.