Good Faith Collaboration Errata

Because my book relied upon so many online sources for history and ethnography, one of my goals for its website was to make those sources as transparent and accessible as possible. In addition to being more interesting to the reader, I hoped it would also lead to more bugs being discovered than might otherwise be found. So, I am happy to report the first erratum has been found by Seth Finkelstein: it took a month and 3 days, rather than 3 days, for Wikipedians to correct errors identified by the Giles (2005) Nature study. (I’m not happy there is a bug, but since there is one, I am happy it can be noted and fixed.)

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