Three million Wikipedia articles!

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3 million Wikipedia articles!

As Arnott's is always quick to tell us, there's no substitute for quality. That said, three million articles is still pretty damned impressive.

Unfortunately I've had a few too many negative experiences with dealing with some of the, shall we say terse senior editors, but that's not to say it hasn't become an important part of my life. For better or worse I nearly always Wikipedia something before I Google something now. Good think I got out of creating verbs out of product names. Speaking of which I need to Hoover the house and Xerox a few documents. Damn Kleenex and papercuts.

At least I don't get papercuts from Wikipedia!

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