sep 18


Wired recently launched Geekipedia. It lacks depth but the pitch is what really makes it work: "Wikipedia doesn't distinguish 'need to know' from 'didja know?' -- and it's lousy for browsing. That's why we created Wired Geekipedia. Godwin's law, Guitar Hero, Gates Foundation -- you may know their definitions, but we tell you what they really mean."

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This is a great example of how print is still relevant. While it's fine online, it really shines in print, and it's much, much better to browse in that format.

posted by Mat Honan at 7:15 PM on September 19, 2007

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