I would like to invite up to three people to help build a better encyclopedia article -- here at MyWikiBiz -- about the consumer economy than what Wikipedia provides.
I will pay $15 to each of the first three contributors to the article here who make an earnest effort to accurately introduce content that expands the academic quality of this new article. To qualify for the payment, at least five complete sentences, drawing on at least two different available (and duly cited) primary or secondary sources are required.
The content is published with "all rights reserved" by the component contributor(s) to the article. Copying or re-use will only be authorized if unanimous agreement is achieved among the surviving authors of the article.
Consider this an experimental challenge that might add evidential data to the debate over the quality of freely licensed, volunteered, open-source content versus traditional, copyrighted publishing. -- MyWikiBiz 09:28, 17 November 2009 (PST)
- Done Jonas Rand 13:35, 23 November 2009 (PST)
- And paid. There are still two more $15 disbursements waiting for cooperative editors. Who will be next? -- MyWikiBiz 05:07, 24 November 2009 (PST)
- A second payment of $15 has been delivered to Loppy, thanks to these simple edits to the article. That leaves just one remaining distribution of $15. Who will be the last paid editor? -- MyWikiBiz 04:28, 6 March 2010 (PST)
I'll try to improve this shortly MWB.Antipedian 17:59, 22 November 2010 (UTC) I think I've earned it now by my new additions....Antipedian 18:53, 22 November 2010 (UTC)
- Our third payment of $15 will be delivered to Antipedian. This now concludes the project to make the content here at MyWikiBiz -- about the consumer economy -- better than what Wikipedia provides. -- MyWikiBiz 19:12, 22 November 2010 (UTC)
Thanks, payment secured. Anything else you want written?Antipedian 19:42, 22 November 2010 (UTC)