Blog posts tagged "wikipedia"
December 13, 2008⇒ 7 Free WikiPedia iPhone Apps Compared.
This is the blog post I’ve been promising myself I’d write for 2 months. Though it also highlights the failure of the feature matrix based approach to classifying apps. The three-word summary of my once and future blog post: Quickpedia, it’s quick.0. (Aside iphone, wikipedia)
March 25, 2008⇒ Wikihistory.
everybody kills Hitler on their first trip.0. (Aside, Uncategorized alternate history, community, hitler, humor, wiki, wikipedia)
March 22, 2008⇒ “Seals Stadium was a minor league baseball stadium that stood in San Francisco from 1931 through 1959…”.
Found via wikinear0. (Aside, Uncategorized fireeagle, geo, wikinear, wikipedia)
December 14, 2007⇒ Knols to power Google peer reviewed Wikipedia?.
See also, Wikipedia: Gnolls0. (Aside, Uncategorized collaboration, google, knowledge, wikipedia)
July 8, 2007⇒ Wikipedia: Aga Khan IV.
NYT had an interesting puffy piece on this imam turned global venture development mogul (ala Soros). This is a note to do more research. Also reminded me of conversations in the radical community about the power of tithing.0. (Aside, Uncategorized capitalism, development, islam, money, politics, wikipedia)
May 9, 2006⇒ Ann Hamilton, contemporary American installation artist.
I feel like I should win a prize, just added a (kind of weak) article to Wikipedia that had 9 incoming links. Wikipedia should allow you to browse by “Most in demand articles”. (though perhaps it should have been a disambiguation page)0. (Aside wikipedia)
March 2, 2006⇒ Jordanhill railway station.
We agreed that while some people have proposed “cellar door” as the most pleasing pharse of the English language that “Jordanhill railway station” has potential, and more intriguing conflict to it.0. (Aside aesthetics, wikipedia)
February 24, 2006⇒ Yahoo! Search adds Wikipedia section quicklinks..
Very nice. Too bad I had to scroll an entire screen length to see the fifth result.0. (Aside coffee, microformats, search, usability, wikipedia, yahoo)
September 23, 2005⇒ “Bloop” is the name given to an underwater sound, first heard in 1997, of unknown, potentially biological, origins.
I love wikipedia0. (Aside biology, marine, st, wikipedia)
September 7, 2005⇒ hackdiary: Using Wikipedia and the Yahoo API to give structure to flat lists.
I think we’re starting to reach a tipping point of sufficient semi-structured data on the web.0. (Aside bbc, Matt.Biddulph, metadata, semweb, web2.0, wikipedia, yahoo)
November 16, 2004⇒ Wikipedia the “faith based encyclopedia”.
See: ConflictOfInterest. [but at least we got the Presidential stamp of approval]0. (Aside credibility, wiki, wikipedia)
November 4, 2004⇒ WikipedizeText.
Grrr, I was so going to do that! Nice job.0. (Aside webservice, wiki, wikipedia)
September 5, 2004⇒ Authority and autonomy as applied to knowledge.
Using wikipedia as case in point.0. (Aside collaboration, wiki, wikipedia)