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A stack for interesting Wikipedia articles. (And articles about Wikipedia.)

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Countries by per capita consumption of coffee and tea.

wp: Indent style

wp: Carl Schurz

wp: Platypus venom

wp: Towers of Silence

wp: Quokka

wp: Lester Bangs

wp: Flammulated Owl

Ammon Hennacy

Nebraska Man

Cooperative principle

John Titor

Closet drama


10000 (number)

Middle Bronze Age alphabets


Rufus Wilmot Griswold

Paul Avril

Baseball metaphors for sex

50 State Quarters



Shepherd's pie

Norman Morrison

List of North American area codes

The Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer

Cellar door

Jack Parsons and the Babalon Working. From Aleister Crowley to L. Ron Hubbard in two moves.

Chicken soup

Google censorship


Typography, Pilcrow.


The 13th Floor Elevators

Larry Sanger sort of makes a credible point about Wikipedia's problems with expertise. Sour grapes aside, it's worth reading, but I think there are things about the structural problems of radical openness that Sanger's not quite getting.

World Geodetic System


Anarchism (sucks less than it has in ages, surprisingly)


Semi trailer


Template:Citation_needed - sufficient to overcome the ''60% of Wikipedia is wrong'' problem?





The Edict of Nantes and cuius regio, eius religio.

Mourning dove

Wikipedia: Rupert Murdoch

Wikipedia: The Baha'i Faith

NSA call database

Foundations of mathematics

Politicos screwing with Wikipedia entries.

Molotov cocktail

taxonomy of bridges

Harold Bell Wright


Maui (mythology)

Wikipedia: Coffee

Wikipedia: Bills

Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii - Color photos from 1905-15 or so.

Space Opera in Scientology Doctrine


The Funeral of the Anarchist Galli

Adele ring


The deuterocanonical books.

Irish Traveller

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last edited January 15, 2012