Friday, March 03, 2006

Congratulations Wikipedia!

For achieving its one millionth article on the first of March.

Not surprisingly, the landmark article--Jordanhill railway station--is probably one of the fastest growing articles about a mundane topic, achieving 31 discussion topic and citing 21 references within the first three days of its creation.

Just another example of how decentralized order can create wonders central planners could never dream of.

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