Coding with Jesse

Wikipedia Discussions

I'm sure you all use Wikipedia on a regular basis. But what you may not be aware of are the millions of hours of hilarity, entertainment, and often revealing information waiting for you on every page of Wikipedia. At the top of the page is a link to the "Discussion" of that page, where the authors talk about what they want to add or remove, and often get into great, long debates (read: flamewars) about the contents of that page.

Some notable examples I've uncovered:

Just a small preview of the 1,797,673 "Talk" pages waiting to be discovered. If you find any other gems, please let us all know in the comments!

Published on May 23rd, 2007. © Jesse Skinner

About the author

Jesse Skinner Hi, I'm Jesse Skinner. I'm a web development coach focused on reducing developer burnout. I work with web development teams to reduce stress through automated testing and deployment, scalable infrastructure, and the modernization of painful legacy systems.

Through customized training and coaching, I empower teams to adopt new technologies to improve their workflows and make work more enjoyable. Feel free to email me. I'm eager to hear about your challenges and see how I can make your life easier.