Wednesday, November 01, 2006

November's Most Random Wikipedia Page Is....

Really two pages: KL-ONE and KL1. Yes, they are different things. But I'm selecting the former is the real winner since its article is longer yet makes less sense. I of course left a snarky comment on talk page about writing the article in English. (Sample sentance: "The system is an attempt to overcome semantic indistinctness in semantic network representations and builds upon the idea of Structured inheritance networks.")

Runner up for this month is Transportation in North Korea because (a) I didn't know North Korea had any transportation beyond dirt roads (note 94% of highway is unpaved) and (b) the whole of the "Pipeline" subheading is "Oil - 136 km." The article was almost number one this month but the topic is actually quite relevant.

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