Wikipedia v Encyclopaedia Britannica

Fascinating article in The Wall Street Journal in which Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, debates with the editor of The Encyclopaedia Britannica from which I took this gem:

Mr. Hoiberg: I must point out that Mr. Wales's inclusion of two links in his question to me, one to Wikipedia itself, is sneaky. I have had neither the time nor space to respond to them properly in this format. I could corral any number of links to articles alleging errors in Wikipedia and weave them into my posts, but it seems to me that our time and space are better spent here on issues of substance.

Mr. Wales: Sneaky? I beg to differ. On the Internet it is possible and desirable to enhance the understanding of the reader by linking directly to resources to enhance and further understanding.