Wikipedia code: {{Good article}},

November 23, 2010

I am entranced by wiki tools.

Wiki codes are improving constantly in pace with wiki content.

When I find a tiny chunk of data that is not tied to an index I sometimes feel compelled to link it hoping that it will help someone else or even my future self. It might save time later.

Wikipedia lets me do that.

I can correct someone else’s minor error. They can correct mine.

I can make a major change to an article and someone else can make a major change to mine.

When I want to learn better practices in codes I can look up a {{Good article}} for examples.

The wiki article on Einstein is one of those.

Space and time.

So my question today was:

What happens to wiki codes in other platforms like wordpress?

WordPress cleans up irrelevant codes but what can it keep?

The Internet provides us with unlimited space for data but our everyday lives are constrained by space and time.

While waiting for an electronic device to respond to a question, a snow flake carried by a gust of wind lands on a window pane then slowly melts and disappears.

<p style=”padding-left:30px;”>&lt;ref&gt;{{Citation|title=The universe in short|first1=Stephen W.|last1=Hawking|publisher=Bantam Books|year=2001|isbn=9780553802023|page=26}}</p><p style=”padding-left:30px;”>&lt;/ref&gt;</p>He declined the presidency of Israel in 1952.

Einstein said “Politics is for the moment, equation for the eternity.”

<ref>{{Citation|title=The universe in short|first1=Stephen W.|last1=Hawking|publisher=Bantam Books|year=2001|isbn=9780553802023|page=26}}

</ref>

He declined the presidency of Israel in 1952.

<ref>{{Citation|title=The universe in short|first1=Stephen W.|last1=Hawking|publisher=Bantam Books|year=2001|isbn=9780553802023|page=26}}

</ref>

He declined the presidency of Israel in 1952.

<ref>{{Citation

|title=The Nobel prize: a history of genius, controversy, and prestige
|first1=Burton
|last1=Feldman
|publisher=Arcade Publishing
|year=2001
|isbn=1-559-70592-2
|page=141
|url=http://books.google.com/?id=xnckeeTICn0C}}, [http://books.google.com/books?id=xnckeeTICn0C&pg=PA141 Page 141]

</ref>

In 1901, Einstein had a paper on the [[capillary action|capillary forces]] of a straw published in the prestigious ”[[Annalen der Physik]]”.{{Citation
|last = Galison
|first = Peter
|authorlink = Peter Galison
|title = Einstein’s Clocks, Poincaré’s Maps: Empires of Time
|publisher = W.W. Norton
|location = New York
|year = 2003
|isbn = 0393020010 }}

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One Response to “Wikipedia code: {{Good article}},”


  1. What’s up mates, its great post regarding cultureand fully defined, keep it
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