I use Wikipedia dozens of times a day. My most important internet resource.
Here’s the donation page.
Here’s an excellent list weighing the pros and cons of donating to Wikimedia.
Sites trusted by the NEW WikiTribune:
Reuters, Associated Press, BBC News
New York Times, Washington Post, Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Economist, Axios, Quartz, BuzzFeed Investigations, New Yorker, Guardian, Politico, Bloomberg, Nature
I like Economist, BBC, Guardian, Axios and Politico best. CBC is pretty good too.
Having once again misplaced my indoor Gymnastics coaching shoes, I bought another pair at New Balance Montreal.
Ex$pen$ive at over C$200 including tax.
But I love New Balance 4E. It’s the widest I’ve found from any brand.
These days I want as much cushioning as I can get. This shoe is good for road and trail running. So far I’m happy with the purchase.
Cooler than Blade Runner.
Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.
What will the most popular news sources of the future look like?
I’m hopeful for the soon to be launched Wikitribune.
People today mostly get their news from TV (not bad) and social media (terrible).
My favourite news source right now is Axios, just 6 months old.
Axios covers 7 areas: politics, tech, media trends, health, science, energy, and future of work (AI, robotics, etc.).
They want to deliver the cleanest, smartest, most efficient and trust-worthy experience for readers and advertisers alike.
So … Washington Post begat Politico begat Axios.
If interested, start by signing up for any of the Axios email newsletters.