Aubrie Johnson

  1. Wikipedia and Hollywood come together for Los Angeles edit-a-thon

    More women are now a part of the sum of all knowledge.... Read more

  2. WikiWomenCamp kicks off to bring more inclusivity to Wikipedia

    Over 50 women Wikimedians converged on Mexico City in search of new ways to eliminate Wikimedia’s gender gap.... Read more

  3. Could posting about women’s history grow our female audience for the future?

    We had a simple question: what would happen if we spent all of Women’s History Month promoting social media posts about women?... Read more

  4. MisinfoCon: The internet’s biggest properties converge to fight fake news

    At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, several digital media leaders showcased their tools to help everyday people fact-check, verify, and take control of their newsfeeds.... Read more

  5. Women’s History Month on Wikipedia

    In March, we are featuring articles about women such as Anna May Wong, Florence Violet McKenzie, and Barbara McClintock on our Facebook page with an “I (love) Women’s History” frame. Here’s why.... Read more

  6. Building a more inclusive movement at WikiConference North America 2016

    Held earlier this month in San Diego, WikiConference North America took a proactive approach to inclusivity, featuring dozens of talks on how Wikipedians can improve and uplift the movement as well as the community.... Read more

  7. Wikipedia has all the Emmy facts you want, commercial-free

    If a show you haven’t watched yet or a person you haven’t seen before wins, you can jump on a second screen to a Wikipedia article and learn about them.... Read more

  8. The bold hero and bolder heroine of the first modern Olympics marathon

    We look back at a pair of Olympic athletes you won’t see in today’s breaking headlines.... Read more

  9. Rediscovering Jean Robic, “Kid Goat” of the 1947 Tour de France

    A surly, 17-year-old underdog shocked the cycling world with his victory in the 1947 Tour de France.... Read more

  10. How MediaWiki is streamlining San Francisco’s new Museum of Modern Art

    The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is experimenting with MediaWiki as a hub for curated information for hundreds of complex artworks.... Read more