Michael Guss

  1. Showcasing Wikimedia Commons on Pinterest

    Welcome to a penny arcade from another time, flickering with the vintage magic of phenakistoscopes and magic lanterns, praxinoscopes and cameras obscura... Read more

  2. Love is strange: ten weird Valentine’s facts from Wikipedia

    Roses are red
    Divorce is contractual
    We’re an encyclopedia
    Let’s keep love factual.... Read more

  3. 50 weird Super Bowl facts for 50 Super Bowls

    Wikipedia is written and edited by volunteers who combine and hone a crowdsourced view off the mainstream media path; there are many odd nuggets along the way. As we head into Super Bowl 50, take a peek at a quirky factoid for each of the games below.... Read more

  4. 100 years after its release, watch the first Alice in Wonderland film for free

    150 years ago, we first read about Alice, a rabbit hole, and a fantasy world filled with peculiar creatures; the first film based on Lewis Carroll’s most famous work was released 150 years ago.... Read more

  5. Introducing the new Wikipedia store

    The brand new Wikipedia store now features many new items, such as plantable “sprout” pencils, “ Rabbit hole” t-shirt and other amazing offerings. All sales support the Wikipedia community.... Read more

  6. Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 has begun!

    Calling all photographers! It’s that time of year again: Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 has begun! On Monday, September 1, for the fifth consecutive year, participants from around the world began competing in the world’s largest photography competition, which will last until the end of September. […]... Read more

  7. Venerable cultural institution partners with Wikimedia Serbia

    The Matica Srpska (MS) and Wikimedia Serbia (WMRS) are joining forces for an exciting new endeavor to digitalize all of the contents of at least two Serbian dictionaries over the next year, including the Serbian ornithological dictionary, and the dialects of Vojvodina dictionary. ... Read more

  8. Wiki Loves Monuments heads to Pakistan for the first time

    In the English language, there’s an idiom that says a picture is worth a thousand words; but for the active organizers of the first ever Wiki Loves Monuments Pakistan, pictures are worth so much more. ... Read more

  9. Journey across Pakistan – Saqib Qayyum

  10. Wikimedia Commons photographer profile: Airwolf