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  1. Wikistats Lets You See What Parts Of Wikipedia Are Morphing Right Now

    You might not be allowed to use it for school papers, but Wikipedia is effectively the go-to source for information in most of the non-graded sectors of the world. The thing we tend to forget, or at least not think about very often, is that Wikipedia isn't written in stone. In fact, it changes faster than you can imagine.  Wikistats, a new site that tracks the "trending pages" on Wikipedia, can give you good idea of what's changing at any given time, and by how much. The results might not be what you'd think.

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