Wikipedia

  1. Mailbag: Is Wikipedia related to WikiLeaks in any way? No.

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    Answering your questions about how Wikipedia and the Wikimedia Foundation work with the facts behind the facts. ... Read more

  2. Why I write about dinosaurs (and other extinct creatures)

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    FunkMonk has written 31 “featured” articles on Wikipedia, including Giganotosaurus, Ankylosaurus, dodos, and passenger pigeons. We asked why.... Read more

  3. Armenian and Spanish communities come together around castles

    Photo by Kike Sempere Barrachina, CC BY-SA 3.0 ES.

    Wikimedia chapters in both countries organized a cross-cultural contest to bring the two editing communities closer together.... Read more

  4. The early vitriolic political campaigns of Richard Nixon, as chronicled by Wikipedia

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    Richard Nixon is known for his presidency and downfall, but it was his early campaigns that defined his political style and image.... Read more

  5. “Education is crucial for a culture of freedom and success”: Roxana Sordo

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    “As teachers, we are role models for our students, we are agents of change in the digital era. I think it’s fundamental to use new technologies such as Wikipedia in education.”... Read more

  6. Vote Wikipedia for ad-free and neutral political information

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    If you want to understand how and why red and blue maps of the United States are everywhere on Tuesday, November 8, this article has the whole history, ad-free.... Read more

  7. Remembering Khalid Mahmood

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    Today marks one year since Khalid Mahmood, a Wikipedia editor and pioneer, passed away after a long illness.... Read more

  8. Wikipedia’s medical content: A new era of collaboration

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    Wikipedia’s medical content warrants special attention. This creates a need for novel forms of collaboration and contribution in order to update and improve its content, in order to offer not only free but also reliable medical knowledge.... Read more

  9. Arctic temperatures are no match for this retiree and his camera

    Photo courtesy of Andreas Weith.

    “I am no doubt infected by the arctic virus,” Andreas Weith says. “I just can’t resist using every chance to go north … the only region of this earth where man’s influence is not really obvious and where nature still rules over everything else.”... Read more

  10. Wikimedia Foundation supports anonymous online speech in letter to California Supreme Court

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    The Wikimedia Foundation has filed a letter supporting anonymous online speech, asking the California Supreme Court to review a case about unmasking online commenters.... Read more