Sunday, August 15, 2010

Only 13% of Wikipedia editors are women (plus 14 other facts about the site)

Turns out Wikipedia isn't just a place to get prosecuted for libel when you edit the profile of a celebrity, it's also a vibrant and growing community of people who come together to share information. An article on sex, it turns out, is the number one article on the non-profit website and has been translated into almost every language the site is allowing.

You may not have realized, also, that the number of entries into Wikipedia increases when there is bad weather. The people who put the following chart of "15 Interesting Facts about Wikipedia" together tell us that this is why the Dutch Wikipedia has more pages than the Spanish version.

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