Yes, it’s an interesting meme! I saw this on Nick Barlow’s LiveJournal, but I think it’s good enough to post on my proper blog. Go to Wikipedia (http://www.wikipedia.org/). Type in your birth date (but not year). List three events that happened on your birthday. List two important birthdays and one interesting death. Post this in […]
Well that’s another blog milestone notched up. One of my posts has been linked on Wikipedia — an article on Nighttime TV. Substub which appears to refer to a broadcasting error, the only other reference to which appears to be here. Not notable unless a lot more information emerges. (Emphasis mine.) Just as well STV […]
Wikipedia may be flawed, but not much more than Encyclopedia Britannica is. (Via) Update: Guardian Technology blog on this.
Today’s featured article on Wikipedia is about a song. Fine, you might say. “What world-changing song has gained such a position in the hall of fame of one of the internet’s greatest achievements, the collaborative encyclopedia,” you ask? Gwen Stefani — Cool. A sub-standard pop song if ever there was one. Such a disappointment after […]
Ooh, I forgot about this. Formula One, an article which I have perhaps spent far too much of my spare time contributing to, is today’s Wikipedia Featured Article!