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Ulitzer is an online media site that has been described by The Register as attempting to be a "wikipedia-killer".[1][2] According to The Register the site claims to have one million original articles, submitted by 6,000 authors but many of those authors never agreed to contribute.

Among the individuals Ulitzer claims have contributed original articles are Bill Joy, Bob Balaban, Brad Templeton, Bruce Campbell, Bruce Perens, Bruce Perens, Christopher Lambert, David Weber, Eric S. Raymond, James Gosling, John Edwards, Ken Thompson, Larry Ellison, Rob Malda, and Tim O'Reilly.[3][4] Ulitzer was offering its authors as much as 200% of AdSense revenue.[5]