Thursday, December 26, 2013

Wikistream: Monitor the Activity of Wikipedia in Real Time

Wikistream: Monitor the Activity of Wikipedia in Real Time
This is absolutely amazing. We know that Wikipedia gets additions, edits, and deletions all of the time, but without a visualization we just have to assume that’s the case.
Wikistream is a service based on the online encyclopedia Wikipedia. This service allows you to follow live changes on all Wikipedia articles in any language. You can see the user name and the number of characters that has been added or removed from the item.


Wikistream: Monitor the Activity of Wikipedia in Real Time

If you don’t want to see the full global stream of Wikipedia activity, Wikistream lets you choose which country to follow, and lets you toggle which type of information you’d like to see in real-time.
Hopefully wikistream provides a hint of just how active the community is around Wikipedia. wikistream was created to help recognize the level of involvement of folks around the world, who are actively engaged in making Wikipedia the amazing resource that it is.
Visit Wikistream.

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