Wikipedia rocks. Literally

I was listening to my favourite song a few minutes ago. And just thought I’d check to see what the web has to say about it. Just because I could.

And there it was, the song had a wikipedia entry. Unbelievable. I need to stumble around WikiPedia. Anyone with tips and tricks?

I think Hugh Macleod should draw a gapingvoid cartoon in the song’s honour, and post it to Wikipedia. You listening, Hugh?

When I was young, I remember being entranced by my grandad (he was a chemistry professor)  telling me about Glenn Seaborg. And his unlikely postal address made up of elements. Seaborgium Berkelium Californium Americium.

There is a Wikipedia equivalent to come. A post consisting only of Wikipedia-linked material, yet a story entire in itself?

Chris says I need to add more graphics. I agree. But I’m still learning about this medium. So I thought I’d take a leaf out of Sellar and Yeatman’s 1920s classic and provide you with a relief map. Stare at the space below if you need to.




If you haven’t read the book, you could do worse. It taught me knitting. P for Plain. P for Purl. What’s the problem? -)

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