Question: How large is the WikiPedia, compared to a traditional encyclopedia set?
The IT Guy says:
The WikiPedia is growing every day, but already in the English version it is over ten times the size of a typical encyclopedia set. A typical encyclopedia includes about 30 volumes, containing around 60,000 articles, As of December 2005, the English WikiPedia had over 850,00 articles of varying lengths. More information about the WikiPedia (which is available in over 100 different languages) is on its â€œAboutâ€ page.
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