The Truth According To Wikipedia is an interesting choice for those who like to watch documentaries online. Not only is it a very interesting look at important developments occurring right now, it is an example of free documentaries online that actually explore what is occurring online. It explores the nature and pitfalls of Web 2.0 and user generated content on the internet driving the conversation and even the way information is understood.
The film takes a negative skewed look at the good and bad things about Wikipedia, which of course if you have been hiding under a rock for the last decade or so is a user generated encyclopedia on the internet. They discuss the short comings of information generated by users but also explore how and why this might be the way that information is shared and turns into confirmed fact.
The film is pretty interesting as long as you can make it through the intro which features an awful and clearly unlikeable fellow discussing the past of disseminating information that is littered with sarcastic air quotes. The central figure in the film is a rabid skeptic who also comes off as unlikeable. In spite of his fear mongering there is still a lot of interesting stuff going on in this film.