Wikipedia is a great site for references and getting information regarding anything and everything.
For all the criticism it gets, Wikipedia is one of the finest resources man has created.
The online encyclopedia has sprung from a blank page to one of the most comprehensive resources in just a decade, spanning almost all of humanity’s history, culture and science.
But if it has an Achilles’ Heel, it is that the site is only as strong as its administrators and editors – and the number of new administrators has fallen dramatically since what might be considered the ‘heyday’ of 2007.
- Will Wikipedia edit itself out of existence? From 50 volunteer ‘admins’ on site each month to just one (dailymail.co.uk)
- Wikipedia Is Running Out of Editors and Admins [Wikipedia] (gizmodo.com)
- Microsoft Office 2013 revealed: CEO Steve Ballmer unveils most ‘ambitious’ version yet | Mail Online (nadernazemi.com)
- 3 Charts That Show How Wikipedia Is Running Out of Admins (theatlantic.com)
- Wikipedia Is Running Out of Editors and Admins (gizmodo.co.uk)