Interesting Wikipedia articles
Wikipedia is undoubtedly one of the greatest sites on the internet (the notion of a free encyclopaedia that anyone can edit is one of those incredible, deceptively simple ideas). There is more information on it that one human could hope to process, but this ongoing series reveals some of my favourites.
50 interesting Wikipedia articles. Includes List of fictional companies, Unsolved problems in physics, Monkey-man of Delhi, List of fictional elements, materials, isotopes and atomic particles, and The Hardest Logic Puzzle Ever. (Published January 17, 2010.)
50 more interesting Wikipedia articles. Includes Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo, Lists of unsolved problems, Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office, Mongolian Death Worm, and Hierarchy of angels. (Published April 17, 2010.)
Another 50 interesting Wikipedia articles. Includes Magic in Harry Potter, That that is is that that is not is not is that it it is, Sound of fingernails scraping chalkboard, Infinite monkey theorem, and Tree That Owns Itself. (Published October 11, 2010.)
Yet another 50 interesting Wikipedia articles. Includes Schmidt Sting Pain Index, Language of flowers, List of animals with fraudulent diplomas, Lightning Bird and Fairy chess piece. (Published June 1, 2011.)
100 interesting Wikipedia articles. Includes List of legendary creatures from Japan, Bible code, Manhattanhenge, Humanzee, Mojave phone booth and Anthropodermic bibliopegy. (Published November 27, 2011.)
12 interesting Wikipedia articles about Christmas. Includes Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer, Jesus’ year of birth, modern reinterpretation of candy canes and Christmas around the world. (Published December 14, 2011.)
Total: 312 interesting Wikipedia articles.