Ed Erhart

  1. For these Wikipedia editors, ancient Egyptian pyramids are more than a symbol

    Two of Wikipedia’s editors speak out about what motivates them to write about ancient Egypt on Wikipedia.... Read more

  2. Wikimedia Canada hits the red carpet, cameras in hand

    Canada’s Wikimedia chapter is collaborating with local organizations to coordinate photography sessions with public figures. The results go up on Wikipedia.... Read more

  3. Stephen Hawking leads Wikipedia’s most popular articles of March

    A list of the ten most popular articles on the English Wikipedia in March 2018, with some notes on why they were popular.... Read more

  4. Add your photos of spring to the sum of all knowledge

    The photo repository behind Wikipedia is running a photo contest themed around spring. Here’s how you can join.... Read more

  5. Have you ever read Wikipedia’s article on Lady Gaga?

    Meet Wikipedia user “FrB.TG,” also known as Frankie.... Read more

  6. On Wikipedia, Black Panther won the Olympic gold

    Black Panther was far and away the most-viewed article on Wikipedia last month. ... Read more

  7. Oscars predictions made easy with Wikipedia

    On how to use Wikipedia’s pageview data to inform your Oscars predictions.... Read more

  8. The one-man band writing the history of Nigerian cinema into Wikipedia

    Long-time volunteer Wikipedia editor Sam Oyeyele has written a series of articles on the history of Nigerian cinema, from its colonial origins through its distinctly independent present.... Read more

  9. How to add your photos to Wikimedia Commons and add to the sum of all knowledge

    Wikimedia Commons is the media site that hosts many of the images, video, and audio used on Wikipedia.... Read more

  10. What’s your second screen? Film, television, and the British monarchy fill Wikipedia’s most-viewed articles of 2017

    Or: “The enduring power of Anglophilia.”... Read more