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If you Could Weigh Wikipedia, How Much would it Weigh?

What if you could weigh Wikipedia? Watch the video to find out.  

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Popular Websites Redesigned as Magazines

Check what Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia and Yelp will look like when redesigned as magazines. Wikipedia sort of looks like National Geographic. Facebook looks like a women’s magazine. I like what the artist did on Twitter and Yelp.   Source

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Navify: Enhancing Wikipedia with Images, Videos and Comments

Navify is an online visual encyclopedia that combines Wikipedia articles with images, videos and comments. This is a great place to start if you are doing a research about something. Instead of heading straight to Wikipedia for the text content,

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Make WikiPedia Portable with WikiTaxi

WikiTaxi is an application that lets you read, search and browse Wikipedia offline. I covered a quite similar application before but it only lets you download a chunk of Wikipedia for offline reading. With WikiTaxi, you get the whole deal

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Download a Slice of Wikipedia with WikiSlice

It has been said that Wikipedia is the sum of all world knowledge. But sometimes, when using Wikipedia, it’s easy to get lost with all the in-links of the site. There are links which are sometimes distracting and will lead

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Free Online Encyclopedia Britannica Access for Bloggers

Encyclopedia Britannica has been around for centuries. It has been the leading resource of cataloged information until the internet came along and Wikipedia was born. They recently released a program called Britannica Webshare which let web publishers (bloggers) access Britannica

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