Wikipedia As A Printed Book
By on June 18th, 2009

Wikipedia provides users with a wealth of information and is regularly updated to add more and more information everyday, however can you fathom reading wikipedia as a printed book?

Well looking at the sheer size of the book, we would rather use the internet to do all the reading, take a look at the size of a printed book from Wikipedia.

wikipedia-book

The book has around 5000 pages and also packs in 400+ featured articles from Wikipedia. Would you be interested in reading the printed Wikipedia book? Thanks to Amit for the wikipedia image and information.

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    i think it will contain much more than 5000 pages :D

    >> Would you be interested in reading the printed Wikipedia book?

    no, i dont :D

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