“There’s going to be a lot of stupid stuff and lots of bad stuff,” the Wikipedia co-founder said of NFTs. “But there is something quite interesting in all of it as well."
After a Discovery show displayed his booking photo in an episode about a serial killer, Nathaniel White's image spread across the internet.
After India banned TikTok, Wikipedia's servers were hammered for requests to look at this specific flower.
The free, open-source encyclopedia is a monument of human cooperation and collaboration.
Scots is an official language of Scotland. An administrator of the Scots Wikipedia page is an American who doesn't speak Scots but simply tries to write in a Scottish accent.
This is good news for users of Kiwix, an offline browser for web content.
Iran is scrambling to control the coronavirus narrative after a prominent adviser to Supreme Leader Khamenei got infected and died.
'Wikipedia consensus is that an unedited machine translation, left as a Wikipedia article, is worse than nothing.'
"Wikipedia is a gateway to more knowledge," he said.
It was a not-so-clever ploy to insert North Face products into Wikipedia articles of famous tourist destinations.
Research out of MIT sheds light on why some discussions never get resolved.
Alex Jones' InfoWars and the far-right media outlet Breitbart—as well as progressive website Occupy Democrats—a can’t be used as a source of fact in Wikipedia articles anymore, “due to its unreliability.”