Your guide to some of the best Wikipedia tools, resources and hacks. Save Wikipedia articles as ebooks, find pages that are linking to you and more.
The English edition of Wikipedia encyclopedia has more than 3 million articles and and anyone with Internet access can write and make changes to these Wikipedia articles.
You can bundle your favorite Wikipedia articles in a nicely formatted ebook and read it offline on any mobile phone, ebook reader or Tablet.
Learn about the best tools that will help you download the entire Wikipedia on to your computer or mobile phone for offline reading.
Have you ever wondered what kind of traffic (or pageviews) can Google doodles bring to a site that happens to be at the first position? Wikipedia has an answer for you.
The Wikipedia book (print) is a compilation of 400+ featured Wikipedia articles that span across 5,000 printed pages. Rob Matthews, who came up with the idea of printing Wikipedia, has plans to sell the book as well.
Wikipedia has a long-standing no-ad policy and the Wikimedia Foundation received enough donations to pay for all their staff and expenses and still remain ad-free for all of 2011.
This is current logo of Wikipedia. It’s like a jigsaw puzzle arranged in the shape of a 3D globe and each of the puzzle pieces contain a symbol that represents some language or character set.
This guide describes how you can print one or more Wikipedia pages as a PDF file. The articles are neatly formatted and print-ready.
Meet a Twitter-style shorter version of Wikipedia that describes everything in under ten words.
Bored with all those Windows screensaver? Try the new Wikipedia screensaver and learn something new.
Learn how to print Wikipedia articles more efficiently thus saving ink and paper. You can print Wikipedia on paper of any size using your favorite font typeface.
Stephen Colbert once made this remark on Wikipedia - 'any user can change any entry, and if enough other users agree with them, it becomes true.'
Wikipedia: The Missing Manual is popular how-to book on Wikipedia that has all the information you need to get started with editing pages on Wikipedia. You can now read or edit this book online on the Wikipedia website itself.
Finally, some good use of BitTorrent. Wikipedia edition for schools, which started back in 2006, has released a new edition comprising of over 5500 hand-picked Wikipedia articles in a single DVD.
Wikipedia has launched a mobile phone optimized version of their encyclopedia website at mobile.wikipedia.org.
SnapAsk is useful for people who have e-mail access on the go (via cell phone, Blackberry, etc.) but their mobile browser is too slow. They can get information from the web via email.
Wikipedia has added a very ugly donation banner to all its pages as part of a $6 million fund-raising campaign.
If you’ve ever felt the pain of searching Wikipedia for something you did not know how to spell, this one is for you.