Saturday, September 11, 2010

I've wondered about doing stuff like this before.

Would like to own:

"Boutique book publisher and geek James Bridle has printed the 12,000 edits made to the controversial Wikipedia entry for  Iraq War between December 2004 to November 2009 as a 7,000 page, 12 volume set of books."


  1. I may be stating the obvious here but I think this really illustrates the deep divisions that exists among Americans about both what happened on 9/11 and what the larger implications are.

  2. Sometimes I sit around reading the extremely passionate Wikipedia arguments over things that don't matter very much to me. It's always very strange and often sort of weirdly exciting.

  3. Me too. The talk pages are so fascinating.