Quick Class of Professor Wikipedia? Shall We!
I owe my Graduation Final Year Project to Wikipedia. The file that I submitted was literally a hard copy version of a Wikipedia Page. The professor was not completely satisfied but the project passed so we’re even. At times, you would have also found yourself in an urgent need of some information and voila! Wikipedia came to your rescue. The Free Encyclopedia has saved lives of not just students. Big ol’ Lawyers, bankers, historians, economists and offcourse students have used the website quite often. In fact, I believe that everyone after 2001 have visited the website at-least once if not for everything.
But even after everything Wikipedia provides us with, I don’t think the giving website gets proper acknowledgement from us. In the hierarchy of kick-ass information providers, it is often ignored and is seconded by the always cheerful and always helpful GOOGLE. Wikipedia is very much like Hot Pie in the Game of Thrones. You appreciate it while it’s there in front of you but eventually with time you forget its significance and start worshipping The Hound.
So, this one time while on Wikipedia, I was reading about Megalithic Stones, which I did not want to but somehow ended up there and I realized how retarded and smart at the same time the website would be if it was a person. I Youtube’d it and guess what, nobody does it better that Collegehumor.com