The future of Wikipedia: WikiPeaks?

“IN 2012, after 244 years in print, Encyclopedia Britannica became online-only. Now a group of German fans of Wikipedia, an online, user-generated encyclopedia, are raising money for a move in the opposite direction. A print version of the English Wikipedia—1,000 bulky volumes and 1,193,014 pages—will be on show at a gathering of Wikipedians later this year. A world tour will probably follow: a global victory lap for the internet’s most impressive crowd-sourced creation.” (via The Economist)

One Response to “The future of Wikipedia: WikiPeaks?”

    March 17, 2014 at 4:23 pm #

    When some one searches for his necessary thing, therefore he/she needs to be available that in detail, soo that thing
    is maintained over here.

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