raises questions about the accuracy of citizen curated news. This and more in today's Daily Wrap.A post that made it to front page of Hacker News
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The story about MongoDB, now thought to be a hoax, made it all around the web thanks to its popularity on Hacker News. Despite a fast response from the CTO and the disbelief of several commenters, it still spread like wildfire, causing our own Joe Brockmeier to wonder whether or not citizen curation of content is helpful or harmful (or six of one, half a dozen of the other). What do you think?
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