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Wikipedia on 'non-tech geeks' & sustainability

Jimmy Wales, co-founder of Wikpedia, talks to digital media correspondent Tim Bradshaw on the tenth anniversary of the user-generated online encyclopaedia. He discusses his aim to bring in "non-tech geek editors", how Wikipedia can remain financially sustainable while being a non-profit organisation and opening a new office in India.

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