Sticklers of Wikipedia

One of my absolute favorite things about Wikipedia is one of the most trivial. When I see a minor spelling error, typo, or grammatical mistake, I can just go right in and fix it. No registration, no e-mail, no nothing. I do wish I could do it inline without even loading a separate page, just like I might fix a typo in a Word document I had open. However Wikipedia’s the easiest I’ve seen.

2 Responses to “Sticklers of Wikipedia”

  1. Rick Says:

    Wikipedia has become one of my “can’t live without it” sites. It is a little reminiscent for my experience of the early days of The wikipedia is vastly bigger and broader, of course, but my awe and enjoyment are similar. You wouldn’t want to use it as the sole source for anything scholarly, but that’s true of any source!

  2. Kirk Says:

    Wikipedia is still a remarkable site despite the recent (how accurate is it questions). Wikipedia is the fastest method to information about X.

    And yes, I’ve updateded a few pages’ grammatical/spelling errors as well.

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