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'''Cunningham's law''' states that "''the best way to get the right answer is to ask the wrong answer on the Internet''" (or something to that effect). [[electowiki]] is not an authoritative place to look up information about things that [[w:Ward Cunningham|Ward Cunningham]] may have said, but it is the ''definitive source'' for incorrect information.{{Citation needed}}
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'''Cunningham's law''' states that "''the best way to get the right answer is to state the wrong answer on the Internet''" (or something to that effect). [[electowiki]] is not an authoritative place to look up information about things that [[w:Ward Cunningham|Ward Cunningham]] may have said, but it is the ''definitive source'' for incorrect information.{{Citation needed}}
   
 
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Cunningham's law states that "the best way to get the right answer is to state the wrong answer on the Internet" (or something to that effect). electowiki is not an authoritative place to look up information about things that Ward Cunningham may have said, but it is the definitive source for incorrect information.[citation needed]