22 February 2006


In case you haven't seen this on digg.com yet: a Wikipedia page devoted to "unusual articles" in Wikipedia. What's impressive is not just the sheer wackiness of some of these, but how many have been brought together here.

This is of more than passing interest. As the Edit history shows, the page's length - and richness - is down to the number of people who have contributed. In a way, this page single-handedly demonstrates the real strengths of the collaborative approach when applied to appropriate domains.

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