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Alex Wissner-Gross who is a graduate student at Harvard University and an interdisciplinary genius has just completed the Alpha version of Wikiosity, e-technology that was described in Nude Socialist Technology and that tells you which ten Wikipedia articles you should read if you're interested in a certain topic - your search query. Check it out!

If you're using the search box above, press enter after you type your query. Fortunately, topics linked to Wikipedia articles whose primary titles have special characters - such as many Czech names - don't yet work. ;-) The first time I learned about this particular project of Alex was when a user searched for "Wissner-Gross Wikipedia Nobel prize".

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