Sure, this is a bleedin’ one-to-one copy of feckin’ Wikipedia. Give it an aul’ spin.
Documentation of an ongoing project to create a mobile-first responsive MediaWiki theme.
Read it and weep. Here are the articles on Wikipedia that reference URLs that are getting axed as part of the BBC’s upcoming cull.
What a wonderful idea for a blog: “Collecting Wikipedia’s finest  prose.”
Brilliant; just brilliant. Connor O’Brien remains skeptical about the abstract permanence of “the cloud.” The observations are sharp and the tone is spot-on.
If your only photo album is Facebook, ask yourself: since when did a gratis web service ever demonstrate giving a flying fuck about holding onto the past?
A gorgeous visualisation of Wikipedia data from History Hack Day. Watch the shape of the world emerge over time.
Visualisations of the history of controversial Wikipedia articles.
James Bridle's dConstruct artefact is in the New York Times.
Six degrees of separation as applied to Wikipedia articles. Read on to find the Kevin Bacon of Wikipedia pages.
A Cederholm-designed site for tracking trends on Wikipedia. Check out the HTML5-based class names.
A greasemonkey-driven hypertext game: get from a starting Wikipedia page to your target solely by following links in the articles.
Google have a service called Knol on the way. It looks like it's going up against Wikipedia.
A natural language interface onto Wikipedia. More of this kind of thing, please.
A Wikipedia entry on today's bombings is proving to be a valuable resource.