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Online encyclopedia Wikipedia will begin paying for "key illustrations" on the site, overturning the site's all-volunteer tradition. The funding for these illustrations comes from a donation by a man who feels that while Wikipedia is more up to date, Britannica, the traditional encyclopedic benchmark, has better illustrations. A list of 50 articles in need of better illustrations will be issued and contributors will be paid $40 if their illustration is chosen. With expenses weighing on Wikipedia's bottom line, could Jimmy Wales be cooking up schemes to fill out the top line?