Omnipedia is an English-language online encyclopedia founded by internet entrepreneur Tony Hsiung. Intended as “a general reference work and trusted source of information,” Hsiung initially conceived of Omnipedia as a successor to Wikipedia, which was discontinued in 2048. Although Omnipedia’s initial version was made possible through an investment by Zhupao, it will be funded primarily through donations in a transparent process to avoid any appearance of advocacy. Publicly launched on September 28th 2049, Omnipedia currently has 19,227 articles in different stages of development. (Full article…)
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