In the school library circles where I run, Wikipedia is a downright hot-button issue. Should students access it from school? Should teachers allow students to use it for school research projects? My take? A nice overview, but not an ending place – you gotta use a variety of sources.

Anyway, when I saw that artist Rob Matthews went and took all of Wikipedia’s featured articles (all 5000 pages worth) and created an actual book, my eyes said, “that’s pretty wild”.

You know, you can break that into volumes:


(Thanks to BuzzFeed for the link)