TL;DR Wikipedia Distills the Internet’s Vast Knowledge Into Short, Sarcastic Barbs
Finally, the information of the Internet expressed in the native language of the Internet.
There’s a lot of information on the Internet, so it can be hard to know just where to turn when you want a concise explanation of any given subject. That’s where TL;DR Wikipedia comes in. They take all of the “knowledge” and “facts” and reduce it to easily remembered sarcastic flash cards.
TL;DR Wikipedia has been mocking card-style explanatory Internet journalism for just about a month, and pretty much every entry is solid gold hilarity. Here are a few of my favorites, but you should also check it out and follow it on Tumblr.
Great. We have an easy way to simplify and focus the entire world’s knowledge through humor. Now, if we can just get a version of Flickr that doesn’t constantly return thousands of pictures of people’s garage bands in searches, the we’ll have perfectly streamlined the Internet.