Second List of June 2016

Around that time, Wikipedians achieved their most impressive feat of leaderless collective organization—one, it turns out, that set in motion the decline in participation that troubles their project today. At some time in 2006, the established editors began to feel control of the site slipping from their grasp.wiki1553

Because the encyclopedia has little competition, Web developers will continue to build services that treat its content as fact, and ordinary people will rely on Wikipedia for information.

    1. Millipedeans are Millennials (ages 18-36) that primarily verify most information via Wikipedia.
    2. Spelunking for stalagmites and crystals, Neanderthal epistles, quicksand and books of sand.
    3. Karma and the hidden cruelty of Hong Kong’s mercy release industry.
    4. Auteurs like Nolan try to capture cinematic realism.
    5. Robobees and RoACHes.
    6. Mellow Gold lyrics:

      You can’t write if you can’t relate / Trade the cash for the beef for the body for the hate / And my time is a piece of wax fallin’ on a termite

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