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Neo-Tech from the early Internet days by going to https://groups.google.com/forum/#! Wallace’s Neo-Tech philosophy, which grew out of Ayn Rand’s Objectivism. Wales an email several years ago, after my father died, informing him that a Wikipedia editor who went by the name of “Bi” was destroying my father’s Wikipedia page, Wales called me.Yet the comments on my father’s Wikipedia Talk page today, several years later, indicate that, indeed, there was something wrong: Frank_R._Wallace .Wikipedia: Verifiability says “Self-published or questionable sources may be used as sources of information about themselves, especially in articles about themselves…” Source#Sources So you can use books by Wallace, published by Wallace, in an article about Wallace to describe his views and philosophy.Dramatizer (talk) , 5 March 2010 (UTC)You could do that, but within minutes, yes, minutes, some Asperger’s riddled nitwit would spring into action and edit it out, calling it “original research.” Forty-four minutes to Wapner….Citations are supposed to be used for questionable material.But “Bi” relentlessly removed even the most obvious, non-questionable material using his weapon of “no third-party sourcing.” He knew that the media and bloggers (he himself was a blogger) want nothing to do with Neo-Tech: Wikipedia on Anarky: Alan Grant interview: page More on Anarky More Grant: Now, to demonstrate the establishment’s dislike for Neo-Tech In the years that followed the creation of Anarky, both Norm Breyfogle and Alan Grant experienced changes in their personal and professional lives which they attributed to that collaboration.The Wikipedia community needs to recognize this imbalance and step in to remove a negative fanatic.Some tried to no avail as seen on those Talk pages.

—Cast (talk) , 18 August 2009 (UTC)You don’t need third party references for this article.“Bi” proliferated across the web the idea that Neo-Tech Mediation Page: Requests_for_mediation/Frank_R._Wallace After browsing through those four Talk pages (four links directly above), remember that Jimmy Wales saw all this yet seemed blind to the obvious: a person obsessed with destroying someone featured on Wikipedia, stalking his page and finding excuses to remove positive or even neutral remarks, can cause a much greater negative force at work than a positive or neutral force.I tried to explain this to Wales, but he would not see the obvious.—Cast (talk) , 30 January 2011 (UTC)Well, the problem isn’t that those who know of Wallace are unaware of this.The problem is that there is little or no third party references to him and his work, so that we have little mandate to add this information to the article.