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Javapedia is killing itself by erecting unnecessary barriers to entry. It should be easy to locate and it should be easy to search. These things are critical to achieving critical mass. Here are three steps to happiness. I love Wikipedia. Why (besides the obvious content)? Well, first of all it has a nice domain name, so I can remember where it is, and I can tell people (verbally even) about...
on Oct 18, 2004