Wikipedia: Hands Off Intelligent Design
I love Wikipedia. Obviously, only an idiot would take an online encyclopedia that allows anyone to post anything as gospel, but if you just want some general information on a topic, it's probably the single best resource available. The reason is that there's a lot of knowledge among the millions of people who use it, and most of those people are eager to share their knowledge in a way that makes a meaningful contribution.
The problem comes when there's a dispute. Who decides who's right and who's wrong? Checking out the Intelligent design Wikipedia page, I see that it's one of the few pages on the site that can't be edited. There's a disclaimer at the top saying, "This page is protected from editing until disputes have been resolved on the discussion page."
I don't know how long that disclaimer has been up there or what Wikipedia's policy is for resolving such disputes, but I certainly hope a site as smart as Wikipedia will ultimately make clear on the intelligent design page that it's a pseudo-science and a critique that in no way diminishes evolution.
See also Wikipedia's pages on evolution and the creation-evolution controversy.