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ALAN: Steven, Johnny tells me you’re spending company time on Wikipedia, recommending articles for deletion that, in your opinion, “aren’t relevant,” and that one of those articles was on the history of the VAX computer.
STEVEN: That’s right.
STEVEN: Wikipedia’s strength is that anyone can add to its content… but that opens the door for people who want to add meaningless, self-indulgent articles that detract from the project’s overall quality.
ALAN: VAX computers weren’t meaningless!
STEVEN: You said it yourself. “Weren’t.” But what have they done lately?
ALAN: We still have one up in Accounting, so at least one of them PAYS YOU MONEY EVERY OTHER WEEK.
STEVEN: Don’t confuse me with the facts!