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Man… I hate Wikipedia! I was searching for some information about April Fool’s Day, and the feature article of the day – what is very important today – and found this: April 1, 2006. Hey, you killed all the fun! … Continue reading
TeeVeePedia the TV encyclopedia that somebody should edit. There are 310 articles in poor English. But a wiki with Magnum P.I. can only be good. (via kottke)
Joke or not: Wookieepedia, the Star Wars Wiki. Who cares? I don’t! The fans are going to love it. The feature article looks very good to me: Earth was an Outer Rim planet notable for its biological diversity, which could … Continue reading
Muppet Wiki is a collaborative project to create an encyclopedia for everything related to Jim Henson and the Muppets. It lunched in December 2005, has almost 7,000 andover 1,100 characters in the Muppet characters category. I found my favourite characters. … Continue reading
Here is my collection of new links about internet and geek stuff. Five Blog Reading Hacks: five ideas with all the instructions to you save some time, from Micro Persuasion. They are nice, but a longer day could it be … Continue reading
I still on this break, but I can stay quiet with all those terrible things happening. I’m so sorry about the tragedy. I’m not American, I hate the president, I think that his attitude of not sign the Kyoko Protocol … Continue reading
One more Wikipedia parody: Wickerpedia – the hard woven plant fiber encyclopedia. More about Wikipedia parodies here and here.
Zork is a kind of parody of Wikipedia and part of the Uncyclopedia. It seems a kind of game but I’m completely lost there.
After the fantastic Wikipedia now we have the Uncyclopedia, the free encyclopedia of politically incorrect non-information. Uncyclopedia is an encyclopedia full of misinformation and utter lies. It’s sort of like Congress. It serves absolutely no purpose, so feel free to … Continue reading
Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia, has 490,000 articles — in English alone. All together, including its French, German, Italian, Chinese, Spanish and many other versions, it has well over 1.3 million entries. But without its 16,000 contributors, Wikipedia would be about … Continue reading