I never expected to be an encyclopedia salesman. But one can make the argument, as Richard Cooke has done in Wired, that Wikipedia Is the Last Best Place on the Internet. “It is the only not-for-profit site in the top 10, and one of only a handful in the top 100. It does not plaster itself with advertising, intrude on privacy, or provide a breeding ground for neo-Nazi trolling. Like Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, it broadcasts user-generated content. Unlike them, it makes its product de-personified, collaborative, and for the general good.” There are still a lot of generally good things on the internet. It’s just that the really bad things seem to be a lot more popular.