By Andrew Lih
"Imagine a global within which each individual in the world is given loose entry to the sum of all human wisdom. That's what we're doing."
With greater than 2,000,000 person articles on every little thing from Aa! (a jap pop team) to Zzyzx, California, written by way of a military of volunteer members, Wikipedia is the #8 web site at the world-wide-web. Created (and corrected) by means of somebody with entry to a working laptop or computer, this remarkable assemblage of information is starting to be at an stunning expense of greater than 30,000,000 phrases a month. Now for the 1st time, a Wikipedia insider tells the tale of the way all of it happened—from the 1st glimmer of an idea to the worldwide phenomenon it's develop into.
Andrew Lih has been an administrator (a depended on person who's granted entry to technical beneficial properties) at Wikipedia for greater than 4 years, in addition to a standard host of the weekly Wikipedia podcast. In The Wikipedia Revolution, he information the site's inception in 2001, its evolution, and its impressive development, whereas additionally explaining its greater cultural repercussions. Wikipedia is not only an internet site; it's an international group of participants who've banded jointly out of a shared ardour for making wisdom free.
that includes a Foreword through Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales and an Afterword that's itself a Wikipedia production.
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The Wikipedia Revolution: How a Bunch of Nobodies Created the World's Greatest Encyclopedia by Andrew Lih