What you need to know if you plan to use Wikipedia’s information as a second screen (like we all will).
Wikipedians are willing to reject newspapers that flagrantly disregard the truth—even if those publications are otherwise popular
Disability law in the U.S. is so outdated that there’s very little clarity when it comes to digital accessibility.
Plus: INFODEMIC is "War & Peace on an internet encyclopedia."
My favorite Instagram account acknowledges the simple truth: Wikipedia is weird.
Featuring new articles in WIRED, Slate, and the Columbia Journalism Review.
Five stories that I'm proud of from this year paired with articles that I enjoyed from other writers.
Plus: An update on Infodemic and the Inkshares Book Contest.
Exciting News on a Saturday Afternoon Last week, I entered my novel Infodemic into a contest through Inkshares. The book tells the story of an "unlikel…
Why Did It Take So Long for the Democratic Senate Candidate in Iowa to Get a Wikipedia Page? Jimmy Wales launched Wikipedia way back in 2001 and in rec…
The Wikipedia Battle Over the Tragic Death of a Bollywood Star When Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died in September, her Wikipedia article …
The banner posted across Scots Wikipedia bears an important notice: “Followin recent revelations, Scots Wikipedia is presently reviewin its airticles f…