ବିଶ୍ଵରେ ଯେତେ ବେଶି ବ୍ୟକ୍ତି ଅନ ଲାଇନରେ ଜ୍ଞାନକ୍ଷ ବିଷୟରେ ଜାଣୁଛନ୍ତି ଓ ବ୍ୟବହାର କରୁଛନ୍ତି ସେତେ ବେଶୀ ୱିକିପୀଡିଆର ସଂସ୍କୃତିକୁ ଆଧାରିତ କରାଯାଉଛି । ଅନେକେ ବୋକିପିଡିଆର ମୁକ୍ତ ଭାବରେ ସମ୍ପାଦନାକୁ ସମାଲୋଚନା କରିଥାନ୍ତି ସତ , କାରଣ କେତେକ ଅବାଞ୍ଛିତ ତତ୍ଵ ଏଥିରେ ବ୍ୟଭିଚାର ମୂଳକ ପରିବର୍ତନ କରିଥିବାର ଦେଖାଯାଇଛି । କେତେ ସ୍ଥଳରେ ବାହ୍ୟ ଆଧାରକୁ ମୂଳ ସ୍ରୋତ ହିସାବରେ ବ୍ୟବହାର କରାଯାଇଛି ଓ ବ୍ୟକ୍ତିଗତ ଜ୍ଞାନକୁ ସତ୍ୟ ତଥ୍ୟ ହିସାବରେ କିଛି କ୍ଷେତୟାରେ ଉପସ୍ଥାପନା କରାଯାଇଛି । ପୁଣି କେତେକ ସମୟରେ ୱିକିପୀଡିୟାକୁ ପ୍ରକୃତ ଜ୍ଞାନକୋଷ ହିସାବରେ ବ୍ୟବହାର ନ କରି ତାକୁ କାହାର ବ୍ୟକ୍ତିଗତ ବ୍ହରିତ୍ର ଚିତ୍ରଣ ତଥା ଖେଳ ହିସାବରେ ମଧ୍ୟ ବ୍ୟବହାର ହେବାର ନଜିର ରହିଛି । ଅନେକ ବ୍ୟକ୍ତି କ ପାଇଁ ୱିକିପୀଡିୟା ସଂସ୍କୃତିକ କ୍ଷେତ୍ରରେ ଗୁରୁତ୍ବପୂର୍ଣ ହେଇଛି କେବଳ ଏଠି ଯୋଗୁଁ ଯେ ଏହାର ବ୍ୟବହାର ଅଭିଜାତ୍ୟର ପରିଚାୟକ ହେଇଯାଇଛି ।
ନିମ୍ମ ରେ କିଛି ଉଦାହରଣ ଦିଆଗଲା [ସମ୍ପାଦନା]
|Date||Nature||Country (of origin)||Title|
|November 10, 2004||article||United States||"I Must Take Issue With The Wikipedia Entry For 'Weird Al' Yankovic", The Onion.|
|May 7, 2005||comic strip||United States||FoxTrot|
|2006||commercial||United Kingdom||Cisco Systems: Human Network Anthem|
|March 1, 2006||TV show (satirical)||United States||The Colbert Report, episode 58|
|April 14, 2006||novel||United Kingdom||The Righteous Men, Sam Bourne|
|August 12, 2006||music video||United States||"White & Nerdy" music video, by "Weird Al" Yankovic|
|January 18, 2007||sitcom||United States||30 Rock: "The Head and the Hair"|
|March 17, 2007||TV show (satirical)||United Kingdom||Bremner, Bird and Fortune|
|April 22, 2007||TV show (sport)||United States||SportsCenter|
|May 31, 2007||Non-fiction||United States||It's Not News, It's FARK: How Mass Media Tries to Pass off Crap as News, Drew Curtis|
|June 11, 2007||commercial demo||United States||Apple iPhone, Apple Inc.|
|August 3, 2007||play||United States||The Wikipedia Plays|
|September 3, 2007||magazine||United Kingdom||Official Nintendo Magazine, Issue 21|
|July 23, 2009||radio (satirical)||United Kingdom||Bigipedia|
|August 11, 2010||sitcom||United States||Hot in Cleveland: "Good Luck Faking The Goiter"|
|I Must Take Issue With The Wikipedia Entry For 'Weird Al' Yankovic||In an article from The Onion, the character Larry Groznic writes an article about how he was banned from Wikipedia for starting an edit war on the "Weird Al" Yankovic page, and goes on to criticize the content on the page.||Having taken place well before the John Seigenthaler Sr. Wikipedia biography controversy, it was one of the first major parodies.|
|FoxTrot||First appearance of Wikipedia in a syndicated comic strip.|
|The Colbert Report, episode 58||Arianna Huffington challenges host Stephen Colbert on his claim that he had coined the word "truthiness". She cited Wikipedia, claiming that he had merely "popularized" the term. Regarding her source, Colbert, in character, responded: "Fuck them."||First nationally broadcast television program to mention Wikipedia.|
|The Colbert Report, episode 93||Colbert refers to Wikipedia as his source of information for research on Sigmund Freud. With his normal sarcastic and deadpan delivery, Colbert's segment "The Wørd" mocked Wikipedia's sometimes-questionable information with the screen posting "Even the accurate parts."||Colbert's first scripted reference to Wikipedia, a lead into his "Wikiality" piece.|
|Global Language Monitor||Global Language Monitor, which tracks trends in languages, named wikiality and truthiness the top T.V. buzzwords for 2006.
Shortly after the episode aired, a fan-created Wikipedia parody site opened at Wikiality.com, inspired by the term. On October 19, 2006, the term was mentioned again on the show, this time with Wikiality.com given as the URL for Wikipedia.
|"White & Nerdy"||
The character who is implied to be the nerd says that editing Wikipedia is one of his nerdy activities. In the video, Al is shown editing the article Atlantic Records by typing in large letters "YOU SUCK!". Thus Al takes revenge on the record company for refusing to let him include "You're Pitiful," a parody of James Blunt's song "You're Beautiful", on his new album. This has prompted copycat vandalism of the Atlantic Records page, which resulted in the page's being semi-protected. Yankovic has said "I don't officially approve of [the vandalism], but on a certain level it does amuse me."
|The song was also Yankovic's first career Top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100. It reached No. 1 at the U.S. iTunes Store, and peaked at No. 1 on VH1's top 20 video countdown.|
|Tar Baby||Australian songwriter, Carolyn Shine's 2009 track 'Tar Baby' refers to Wikipedia in the line: "If it's all about supply and demand, I don't know which one of us is needier. 'What's a Tar Baby?' I hear you ask. Look it up for yourself in Wikipedia."|
|Jericho ads||Following Jericho episodes on Network 10 in Australia, a promotion would appear encouraging viewers to log onto Wikipedia and search for "Jericho (2006 TV series)" for proof of the hype and theories surrounding the show.||This is the first station advertisement to encourage people to search Wikipedia for the advertised product.|
|Cisco Systems||A TV advertisement for Cisco Systems shows a young child with a laptop, the Wikipedia logo clearly visible on the screen. Part of its "Human Network Anthem" ad campaign.||First television advertisement showing Wikipedia as part of the plot line.|
|30 Rock||While Tracy Jordan, James "Toofer" Spurlock and Frank Rossitano are working to complete Jordan's autobiography within a single day, Rossitano finds Jordan's Wikipedia article while using the Internet on his laptop. The article says Jordan was discovered after doing stand-up comedy at the Apollo Theater in 1984, and Jordan, though stating he has no recollection of this, tells the two to add it to the book.||First sitcom series reference.|
|Bremner, Bird and Fortune||A sketch about the 10 most popular, yet unread books, featuring a voice over talking about the plots of the books, which seem to constantly refer to aliens. At the end of the sketch it says that the information came from Wikipedia.||First mention in a British satirical comedy programme.|
|SportsCenter||After citing a stat about Houston Astros pitcher Roy Oswalt, anchor Kenny Mayne jokingly gave credit to Wikipedia for providing the number.||First recorded reference from a sports highlight show.|
|The Righteous Men||In the 2006 Da Vinci Code-style novel The Righteous Men, Wikipedia features as an academic style encyclopedia.||First known
[by whom?] reference in fictional literature.
|It's Not News, It's FARK: How Mass Media Tries to Pass off Crap as News||In this book examining media bias, mainly about stories which do not count as news, Curtis writes:||First known appearance in a book criticising the mass media, referencing Wikipedia.|
|Apple Inc. iPhone||In the demonstration for the iPhone's internet capabilities, the Wikipedia page for the iPod is shown, along with a link in the user's bookmarks.||First known reference in a multinational product demonstration by a Media Conglomerate.|
|The Wikipedia Plays||Seventeen short plays, inspired by Wikipedia entries.||First play known to highlight Wikipedia.|
|The Colbert Report, episode 302||On August 21, 2007, Colbert attacked WikiScanner, a website that tracks down people who make anonymous edits on Wikipedia, claiming that it is an invasion of privacy, particularly for corporations, and that it attacks "Self-invention". He highlighted a case where Pepsi edited its entry by removing "Long-term health effects" from the article. This resulted in his "Wørd" being "Self-Determination", claiming that everyone on the internet should be anonymous and should not be forced to give away their true identity. Colbert later described Wikipedia as "Second Life for corporations," saying if a corporation wants to pretend to be someone else online, then that is its business.||First nationally broadcast television program to mention WikiScanner.|
|Bigipedia||Bigipedia is a BBC Radio 4 sketch show set on a website which is a parody of Wikipedia.||First nationally broadcast radio program devoted to parodying Wikipedia.|
|Hot in Cleveland||In the episode "Good Luck Faking The Goiter", Victoria Chase (Wendie Malick) mentions that she has a Wikipedia page and has to keep changing it because the site's editors keep getting her age wrong.||First time that a fictional character on a television series admitting to having created his or her own Wikipedia page and the first time a fictional character admitted to having to make corrections on his or her own page.|
ଜୁଲାଇ ,2006ରେ "The Colbert Report" ନାମକ ଏକ ହାସ୍ୟ ବ୍ୟଙ୍ଗାତ୍ମକ ଟିଭି ସିରିୟାଲରେ ଅଭିନେତା କଲବର୍ଟ ଏକ ଶବ୍ଦ " Wikiality" ,କୁ wiki ଓ realityର ସମ୍ମିଶ୍ରଣ ବୋଲି ଆଖ୍ୟା ଦେଇଥିଲେ ଯାହା ଖୁବ ଆଦୃତ ହେଇଥିଲା ।
ତାଙ୍କ ଭାଷା ରେ
"ଆପଣ ଦେଖିଥିବେ , ଯେ କୌଣଶୀ ବ୍ୟବହାରକର୍ତା ଯେ କୌଣଶୀ ଅବଦାନକୁ ବଦଳାଇ ଦେଇ ପାରିବେ ଯଦି ବେଶ କିଛି ଲୋକ ତାଙ୍କ ସହ ସହମତ ହେଇଯିବେ , ଏହା ସତ୍ୟରେ ପରିଣତ ହେଇଯିବ .... ଯଦି ସମସ୍ତ ମାନବୀୟ ଜ୍ଞାନ ସେହି ହିସାବରେ ଚାଳନ୍ତା ।ହଁ , ତାହା ହେଇପାରିବ " wikiality"ଦ୍ଵାରା । ମୁଁ ବାସ୍ତବିକତାର ପ୍ରଶଂଶକ ନୁହେଁ ବା ଜ୍ଞାନକୋଷର ମଧ୍ୟ ନୁହେଁ । ବ୍ରିଟାନିକା ଜ୍ଞାନକୋଷ କିଏ ମତେ ଜାହିଦେବାକୁ ଯେ ଜର୍ଜ ୱାଶିଂଟନଙ୍କ କ୍ରୀତଦାସ ଥିଲେ ବୋଲି ? ଯଦି ମୁଁ ସେଠାରେ କହିବାକୁ ଚାହେଁ ଯେ ତାହା ନୁହେଁ , ତେବେ ଏହା ମୋର ଅଧିକାର । ଏବେ ୱିକିପୀଡିୟାକୁ ଧନ୍ୟବାଦ ଯେ ଏହା ମଧ୍ୟ ଏକ ବାସ୍ତବିକତା । ଆମେ ଏହି ଅଧିନିୟମକୁ ସବୁ ତଥ୍ୟ କ୍ଷେତ୍ରରେ ପ୍ରୟୋଗ କରିବା ଦରକାର । ଆମେ ଅଧିକାଂଶ ଲୋକଙ୍କୁ ସମ୍ମତ କରେଇବାକୁ ହେବ ଯେ , କିଛି ତଥ୍ୟ ସତ୍ୟ ବୋଲି । ଆମେ ଯାହା କରୁଛୁ ତାହା " ଜ୍ଞାନ "କୁ ଗଣତନ୍ତ୍ରର ପରିଧି ଭିତରକୁ ଆଣୁଛୁ ।" 
ସ୍ଟିଫେନ କୋଲବର୍ଟଙ୍କ କହିବାନୁସାରେ " ଆମେ ସମସ୍ତେ ମିଶି ସତ୍ୟତା ସୃଷ୍ଟି କରିପାରିବା ଯଉଥିରେ ଆମେ ସମସ୍ତେ ସହମତି ଦେଇଥିବା " । କୌତୁକରେ ସେ ଏହା ମଧ୍ୟ କହିଥିଲେ " ମୁଁ ୱିକିପିଡିଆକୁ ଭଲ ପାଏ ... ଯେ କୌଣଶୀ ସାଇଟରେ ଲୁଥେରାନଙ୍କ ଠାରୁ ବେଶି ସତ୍ୟତାର ତଥ୍ୟ ଥାଏ । " ସେ ଆହୁରି ମଧ୍ୟ ପ୍ରଶ୍ନ କରିଥିଲେ "ପ୍ରସାରଣ ମାଧ୍ୟମରେ ବାରମ୍ବାର ଉଲ୍ଲେଖ ହେଲେ ଲୋକେ ତାକୁ ସତ୍ୟ ବୋଲି ବିବେଚନା କରନ୍ତି କି ?" ବୋଲି । କିଛି ଅଲେଖ୍ୟରେ ପୁନଃ ତର୍ଜମା କରିବାକୁ ବାଇସେୟିକ ତଥ୍ୟା ମିଳୁନଥିବା ପରିପେକ୍ଷୀରେ ସେ ଏହା କହିଥିଲେ ।
ଥରେ କୋଲବର୍ଟ ବ୍ୟବହାରକରିଙ୍କୁ ହାତୀ ଉପରେ ଥିବା ପ୍ରୁଷ୍ଠାରେ ଏହି ପରିବର୍ତନ କରାଯାଉ ବୋଲି କହିଥିଲେ ଯେ " ଆଫ୍ରିକୀୟ ହାତୀ ସଂଖ୍ୟା ଗତ 6 ମାରେ ତ୍ରିଗୁଣିତ ହେଇଛି " । ଏହା ପରେ ୱିକିପୀଡିଆରେ ହାତୀ ସମ୍ପର୍କିତ ଅଲେଖ୍ୟ ଗୁଡିକରେ ଅଗଣିତ ଭୁଲ ପରିବର୍ତନ ଗୁଡିକ ହେଇଚାଲିଲା ଓ ଆଫ୍ରିକା ୱିକିପୀଡିଆର ପ୍ରଶାସକ ମାନେ ବାଧ୍ୟ ହେଇ ଅଜଣା ଓ ନୂତନ ବ୍ୟବହାର କର୍ତାଙ୍କଦ୍ଵାରା ସମ୍ପାଦନା କାର୍ଯ୍ୟ ଉପରେ ଅଙ୍କୁଶ ଲଗେଇଥିଲେ ।
କଳାକୃତି ରେ [ସମ୍ପାଦନା]
- The Wikipedia Monument,ପୋଲାଣ୍ଡ ଦେଶର ସ୍ଲୁବାଇସଠାରେ ପ୍ରତିଷ୍ଠା ହେଇଥିବା ଏକ ପ୍ରତିକୃତି , ଯାହା ୱିକିପିଡିଆ ଅନୁଦାନକ ସମୂହଙ୍କ ସମ୍ମାନାର୍ଥେ ଉତ୍ଶର୍ଗିତ ।
|000000002005-12-16-0000December 16, 2005||Penny Arcade||
Skeletor is vandalizing the Wikipedia article of his arch-enemy He-Man under the title of "I have the power".
|000000002006-08-16-0000August 16, 2006||52, Week 15||Fictional "Ballostro" article. Clark Kent is told by his assistant that they can "wiki out the word rumoured" upon seeing it attack Metropolis.|
|000000002006-09-07-0000September 7, 2006||FoxTrot||Thomas Edison article.|
|000000002007-04-20-0000April 20, 2007||Get Fuzzy||
Bucky Katt looks at a vanity article about himself and his fictitious album, and shows the "evidence" to Satchel Pooch.
|000000002007-04-29-0000April 29, 2007||Non Sequitur||Danae introduces Lucy the horse to Wikipedia, by editing the site to note her fictitious win for "Most Brilliant and Beautious Girl". Lucy complains, but is satisfied when Danae adds a prize for "Most Beautious Horse".|
|000000002007-07-01-0000July 2007||The Order #1
||The lead character mentions the Wikipedia as describing him as a "one-time actor".|
|000000002007-09-12-0000September 12, 2007||The Amazing Spider-Girl No. 12||The title character mentions that she gained knowledge of Carnage and his weaknesses through Wikipedia.|
|000000002007-09-12-0000September 12, 2007||Thor No. 601||The well-known Marvel super-villain called Doctor Doom appears to have utilized Wikipedia, commenting to the assembled Asgardians during the feast in Latveria that even he had not even known what a "winkle" was until he looked it up in Wikipedia.|
|000000002007-11-20-0000November 20, 2007||The Brilliant Mind of Edison Lee||Edison Lee, the title character mentions that on Wikipedia US President Ronald Reagan was known as the Teflon President to his assistant Joules. (This term doesn't actually appear in the Ronald Reagan article, it appears in Teflon (nickname)).|
|000000002007-01-01-00002007 comic #1023||Questionable Content||Hannelore Ellicott-Chatham and two anthro-PCs are watching television when a commercial comes on for "WikipediOs," which is a fictions project spoofing SpaghettiOs.|
|000000002008-07-23-0000July 23, 2008||Ambush Bug: Year None No. 1||Ambush Bug says he used "Wokipedia" to look up Hugey Huge/Abdul Smith of the Green Team.|
|000000002009-10-14-0000October 14, 2009||Deadpool No. 900||While in the middle of an assassination mission, Deadpool has a fourth wall-breaking conversation with his inner voices in which he discusses his own fanbase, noting that as of that writing, his own Wikipedia entry was longer than that of Spider-Man.|
|000000002009-11-23-0000November 23, 2009||Pearls Before Swine||Rat questions Stephan Pastis (the creator of the strip) about past events in Stephan's life. When Stephan refutes these claims, Rat says he got them from Stephan's Wikipedia article. These changes were later mirrored in real life before being reverted.|
ଫିଲ୍ମରେ ଵିକି [ସମ୍ପାଦନା]
Bandslam (2009): Sa5m (Vanessa Hudgens) tells Will Burton (Gaelan Connell) pri ଫିଲ୍ମରେ ଅଭିନୟ କରିଥିବା ମୁଖ୍ୟ ଚରିତ୍ରାଭିନେତ୍ରୀ ଚାର୍ଲୋତ ବାର୍ନସଙ୍କ ନିଜସ୍ଵ ୱିକିପୀଡିୟା ପେଜ ଥିବା ବିଷୟର ଉଲ୍ଲେଖ ରହିଛି ।
ସାହିତ୍ଯରେ ୱିକିପିଦେୟା [ସମ୍ପାଦନା]
"Missing Links and Secret Histories: A Selection of Wikipedia Entries from Across the Known Multiverse (2013)" ନାମକ ନଭେଲରେ କାଳ୍ପନିକ ୱିକିପୀଡିଆରେ ଉଲ୍ଲେଖ ଥିବା କଥାବସ୍ତୁ ଉପରେ ଭିତ୍ତି କରି ଲେଖା ଯାଇଛି । 
ସଂଗୀତା ରେ [ସମ୍ପାଦନା]
ପୋଷ୍ଟାଲ ଜିନିଷ ରେ [ସମ୍ପାଦନା]
ୱିକିପୀଡିଆର ଦଶମ ବାର୍ଷିକୀରେ ଇସ୍ରାଏଲର ଡାକ ବିଭାଗ ଏକ ସ୍ଵତନ୍ତ୍ର ସ୍ମାରକୀ ପ୍ରକାଶିତ କରିଥିଲେ ।
ରେଡିୟୋ ପ୍ରସାରଣ ରେ [ସମ୍ପାଦନା]
|000000002006-11-04-0000November 4, 2006||Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!||Jimmy Wales played the "Not My Job" game (renamed for the occasion "It must be true... I read it on Wikipedia"). He is asked three questions about Wikipedia trivia on the Banana Splits discography and Bob Marley, Constance of Sicily and Esera Tuaolo. Wales recalls the Banana Splits with fondness and then proceeds to get all three questions wrong. The show, in general, will often pull details for the show from Wikipedia, stating humorously, "If it's on Wikipedia, it must be true."||First reference to Wikipedia in a radio series.|
|000000002007-06-15-0000June 15, 2007||The News Quiz – BBC||Alan Coren referred to mistakes made on Wikipedia. He later said that he once saw a mistake on his article that stated he was a year younger than he was, but he liked the error as it made him look younger. As a result, he said that whenever someone corrects the article, he set the year wrong again to make him look younger again. As a result, the article was locked after the show was broadcast.|
|000000002007-07-24-0000July 24, 2007||The Wikipedia Story – BBC||Clive Anderson asks whether Wikipedia is a valuable source of human knowledge or a symptom of the spread of mediocrity. This was also made into a podcast between July 27 and August 3 by the BBC.|
|000000002008-06-20-0000June 20, 2008||The News Quiz – BBC||Carrie Quinlan gave out a lot of information which the other panellists did not understand. She later claimed that she got the information from Wikipedia. Jeremy Hardy and Andy Hamilton claimed that the word "Wikipedia" sounded rude, with Hamilton claiming that it was, "A sexual attraction to baskets."|
|000000002008-10-07-0000October 7, 2008||The Party Line: Series 3, Episode 1 – BBC||In the episode, Duncan Stonebridge MP's laptop computer is stolen, which contains data relating to fishing quotas. Before he talks to an Icelandic fishing minister, Duncan's assistant Roger gives him some information copied from Wikipedia, which turns out to be wrong. The fishing minister comments that it sounds like Duncan just took the information from Wikipedia.||First known reference to Wikipedia in a radio sitcom.|
|000000002008-12-05-0000December 5, 2008||The Now Show: Series 25, Episode 2 – BBC||Jon Holmes talked about the lack of reliability of online surveys saying that not everything on the internet is true. He said that, "This is the same internet that hosts Wikipedia", and Holmes read some examples of vandalism that he discovered on the site. In the following two shows, fans emailed in other examples of Wikipedia vandalism.|
|000000002008-12-05-0000December 5, 2008||Heresy: Series 5, Episode 6 – BBC Radio 4||The show guest panel, Euan Ferguson, Clive James and David Mitchell tried to argue against the statement: "You can't trust what you read online." Wikipedia is covered by the panel and the host Victoria Coren reads out information from the guests' Wikipedia pages to see if it is true.|
ଟିଭି ସିରିୟାଲରେ ଵିକି [ସମ୍ପାଦନା]
|000000002007-01-29-0000January 29, 2007||The Colbert Report||Colbert did a segment on an attempt by Microsoft to hire writers to skew certain Wikipedia articles in its favor, ending with a call by Colbert to change the Wikipedia article on "Reality" to the phrase "Reality has become a commodity" and offering a $5 cash reward to the first viewer to do so.|
|000000002007-10-14-0000October 14, 2007||The Simpsons: "I Don't Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings"||Snake tells his girlfriend to kill the man who changed his biography on Wikipedia.|
|000000002007-11-25-0000November 25, 2007||The Simpsons: "Funeral for a Fiend"||Sideshow Bob complains about loading time as he looks up a Shakespeare reference on Wikipedia.|
|000000002008-04-27-0000April 27, 2008||The Simpsons: "Apocalypse Cow"||Bart argues with Homer using Wikipedia; Homer plans to edit the page (...and many more pages).|
|000000002008-02-10-0000February 10, 2008||Aqua Teen Hunger Force: "Reedickyoulus"||Frylock curses Wikipedia after believing false information pertaining to killing zombies.|
|000000002007-10-02-0000October 2, 2007||Cavemen: "Pilot"||In the premiere episode of the commercial-turned-sitcom, Andy blames his inability to work on his dissertation on the fact that "Wikipedia is under construction".|
|000000002007-08-04-0000August 4, 2007||Psych: "And Down The Stretch Comes Murder"||In the episode "And Down The Stretch Comes Murder", when Shawn is explaining his theory of the crime, Gus weighs in with a factoid about an obscure indigenous tribe. Shawn applauds Gus' knowledge of the subject with the line, "Gus shoots and scores! ...with an assist from Wikipedia."|
|000000002007-08-04-0000August 4, 2007||Grand Slam||Michelle Kitt is asked the question, "The Hawaiian word for 'quick' is prominently featured in the name of which online encyclopedia?" She answers, "Wiki...Wikipedia" and is judged incorrect.|
|000000002007-01-23-0000January 23, 2007||Veronica Mars: "Show Me the Monkey"||The television show references Wikipedia in the episode when Veronica looks up the origins of the color manila.|
|000000002007-02-01-0000February 1, 2007||The Office: "Ben Franklin"||Jim, having heard Michael mention prima nocta, says that he used Wikipedia to confirm his suspicions over the term's meaning.|
|000000002007-02-18-0000February 18, 2007||American Dad!: "Black Mystery Month"||After uncovering a plot involving peanut butter and the Civil War, Stan Smith says "If only there was a place where you could make outrageous claims, without any proof, and millions of people would accept it as fact...", and the episode cuts to his son Steve editing The Truth about Peanut Butter.|
|000000002007-04-05-0000April 5, 2007||The Office: "The Negotiation"||For salary negotiations with Darryl, Michael gets negotiations help from Wikipedia. He then states in an interview that "Wikipedia is the best thing ever. Anyone in the world can write anything they want about any subject, so you know you are getting the best possible information." As a result of the episode, Wikipedia had to lock down editing of the Negotiation article.|
|000000002007-05-24-0000May 24, 2007||The Colbert Report, episode 265||Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales appears as a guest on the show hosted by Stephen Colbert on Comedy Central. They discuss Colbert's vandalism of Wikipedia and his telling of his viewers to vandalize various pages. Several articles, such as oxygen, librarian and Stephen Colbert, were locked to prevent vandalism shortly after the episode aired. On the show, Wales jokes that he may have to lock down the entire Spanish-language Wikipedia for a few days because of Colbert's comment that perhaps it should learn English.|
|000000002007-05-25-0000May 25, 2007||Real Time with Bill Maher||Maher jokingly claims to have used Wikipedia in researching the misdeeds of past U.S. presidents to find examples that support Jimmy Carter's assertion that the George W. Bush administration is the worst in history.|
|000000002007-08-05-0000August 5, 2007||News Knight with Sir Trevor McDonald, episode 7||McDonald says that "Wikipedia is one of the most trusted websites in the world" and that, according to its entry on itself, Wikipedia was founded by Ken Dodd in 1673.|
|000000002007-09-10-0000September 10, 2007||The Daily Show with Jon Stewart||The host Jon Stewart and the night's guest, Jeff Garlin, joke about Wikipedia's volatility, and mentions that guest's article on Wikipedia are being hacked by his family and friends. Jeff Garlin finishes off by saying that Wikipedia should not be taken seriously.|
|000000002007-09-26-0000September 26, 2007||Dancing with the Stars (US season 5)||On an episode which aired on September 26, 2007, a satirical mini-documentary was featured in the show exploring the history of dance. The fake history of dance was concluded with the phrase, "You can look it up – I just made an entry in Wikipedia."|
|000000002007-09-30-0000September 30, 2007||Frisky Dingo, episode 19||Xander Crews attempts to look up whether or not the Vice President of the United States is VP of both the United States and Canada, on Wikipedia.|
|000000002007-10-02-0000October 2, 2007||Damages, episode 10||Patty Hewes tells Ray Fiske she has a lot of questions for Arthur Frobisher to which Fiske replies "That's what Wikipedia's for."|
|000000002007-10-12-0000October 12, 2007||Have I Got News for You, episode 282||In the "Odd One Out" round, Ian Hislop mentions a case of vandalism involving the late Ronnie Hazelhurst. Hislop, who described Wikipedia sarcastically as, "That reliable tool for all of us," talked about how someone vandalised Hazelhurst's article so it claimed he wrote the S Club 7 song "Reach". When he died, journalists failed to check the fact, and it was reported as fact in The Times, The Guardian and by the BBC, which was made worse by the fact that the BBC had been in trouble for faking some TV programmes.|
|000000002007-10-20-0000October 20, 2007||Have I Got a bit More News for You, episode 283||Ian Hislop again attacks Wikipedia, in the extended repeat of the episode shown the night before, but was cut out of the original broadcast. When host Alexander Armstrong is trying to pronounce a Serbian name, Hislop says, "It's like Wikipedia, ain't it? You just wait for it to come up." He then pretended to download an essay on Serbia from Wikipedia and hand it in, commenting on how some students plagiarise using Wikipedia.|
|000000002007-11-02-0000November 2, 2007||Have I Got News for You, episode 285||When guest presenter Jo Brand is introducing comedy writer and performer Andy Hamilton, she says, "And with Paul Merton tonight is a full-time professional English darts player, whose nickname is "The Hammer" and who is currently ranked seventh in the world. I know, I was surprised as well, but I looked him up on Wikipedia."|
|000000002007-11-03-0000November 3, 2007||QI||In an interview with The Times, QI's creator John Lloyd says, "We don't deny using Wikipedia. It's a thing of complete genius and a tribute to the human spirit." However, the article goes on to say that, "they have a rule against cutting and pasting Wiki anything, and an old-fashioned minimum of at least two sources for anything that goes in a QI programme or book."|
|000000002007-12-06-0000December 6, 2007||Scrubs: "My Number One Doctor"||One of Dr.Cox's patients is scheduled for chemotherapy to treat his cancer, but wants to back out because he used his laptop to look up the condition on Wikipedia and the article said a raw vegetable diet can lead to remission. Cox confronts him on this, questioning the reliability of the claim, given that it was written by the same person who wrote the Battlestar Galactica episode guide. He then takes away the patient's laptop and tells him he will proceed with the treatment.|
|000000002008-02-23-0000February 23, 2008||iCarly: "iHatch Chicks"||Freddie goes to a site that is a pun on Wikipedia, called Chickipedia, to find information on baby chicks.|
|000000002008-05-21-0000May 21, 2008||Through the Keyhole||When the guest panelists were attempting to guess the identity of Angelica Bell and suggested (incorrectly) that she might be best known for her acting, Sir David Frost said "in Wikipedia, it wouldn't say acting"|
|000000002008-06-09-0000June 9, 2008||The Colbert Report||Reacting to John McLaughlin's statement that "Warren G. Harding was a negro", Colbert suggested that the G. stood not for 'Gamaliel', but for 'Gangsta' (and showed a fake screen shot of Wikipedia appearing to say this). The article was repeatedly vandalised to say 'Warren Gangsta Harding' before being locked.|
|000000002008-09-29-0000September 29, 2008||Chuck||In the second-season premiere, Vik Sahay's character Lester mentions a Wikipedia article about himself on his resume while being interviewed by Chuck for the assistant manager position at the Buy More.|
|000000002008-10-23-0000October 23, 2008||The Office: "Crime Aid"||Michael indicates that it is unknown how much crime takes place in the office because there is no Wikipedia entry on office robbery statistics. Since the episode aired, statistics were indeed added to the Wikipedia article "Office".|
|000000002008-11-23-0000November 23, 2008||Dexter: "About Last Night"||After a discussion of sexual topics with vice unit detective Barbara Gianna, Masuka comments to Batista that Gianna is "like the Wikipedia of perv".|
|000000002009-01-21-0000January 21, 2009||Law & Order:||A murder suspect is arrested based upon vandalistic edits made to a Wikipedia article on a (fictional) college sorority. The man had been killing family members of former sorority members and harassing the members themselves; the person arrested is tracked by his IP address.|
|000000002009-01-22-0000January 22, 2009||30 Rock: "Retreat to Move Forward"||Frank Rossitano, as a prank on Jenna Maroney, who is researching her upcoming role as Janis Joplin, makes numerous vandalistic edits to Joplin's page and recommends that Jenna use Wikipedia for her research.|
|000000002009-03-15-0000March 15, 2009||The Simpsons: "Gone Maggie Gone"||Comic Book Guy mentions Wikipedia as a source for his legends.|
|000000002009-09-10-0000September 10, 2009||Mock The Week: Series 7, Episode 10||In the "Scenes we'd like to see" round, the panel members have to suggest "Bad things to hear from a tour guide". Ed Byrne suggests: "And according to Wikipedia, the east wing was built in the year Dougie is a homo."|
|000000002009-09-15-0000September 15, 2009||Warehouse 13: Season 1, Episode 11||When mentioning Edgar Allan Poe, Artie pulls out what seems to be a Wikipedia article on the man.|
|000000002009-09-21-0000September 21, 2009||Would I Lie To You?: Series 3, Episode 7||In the introduction to the show, host Rob Brydon said: "When asked if lying is justified, a staggering 73% of university students simply copied their answer from Wikipedia."|
|000000002009-10-12-0000October 12, 2009||The Big Bang Theory: Season 3, Episode 4: "The Pirate Solution"||When Sheldon asks Raj what he was doing at work after his research ran into dead-end, his reply included 'Messing up Wikipedia entries'.|
|000000002009-11-12-0000November 12, 2009||FlashForward: Season 1, Episode 8||The introduction of Sperm donation—as it appeared from July 8 to October 11, 2009—was referenced by a character considering the process. While the screen was altered slightly to say that it was from "www.referendium.com", the style and content were unaltered.|
|000000002009-11-22-0000November 22, 2009||The Amazing Race: Season 15, Episode 9||One team in the race uses the English-language version of Wikipedia to learn what a vintage Praga car is before having to search for it in Prague.|
|000000002009-11-29-0000November 29, 2009||The Simpsons: "Rednecks and Broomsticks"||After discovering a coven of witches, Lisa attempts to learn more about them by using "Wiccapedia".|
|000000002009-12-22-0000December 22, 2009||Mock the Week: Series 7 Christmas Special||In a round of "If This is the Answer, What is the Question?", the answer "One Fifth" resulting in regular panellist Hugh Dennis giving the question, "How much of Wikipedia is true?" This results in host Dara Ó Briain and another regular, Russell Howard, talking about inaccuracies on their own articles, and third regular Frankie Boyle to suggest that all Wikipedia articles should start with the words "I reckon". Following broadcast, Boyle and Howard's articles were repeatedly vandalised to include further inaccuracies and inclusions of "I reckon", leading to the articles being locked.|
|000000002010-01-05-0000January 5, 2010||Who Wants to Be a Millionaire:||A contestant answered the $12,500 question "What Web site's logo depicts a spherical jigsaw puzzle featuring symbols from different languages?" correctly.|
|000000002010-01-27-0000January 27, 2010||Tosh.0:||Host Daniel Tosh told viewers, "So why don't you go to our Tosh.0 'boring' Wikipedia page and put whatever you want. I'm not gonna fix it." The result was numerous changes made to the Tosh.0 Wikipedia article, culminating in the page being locked from editing a few hours after the show aired. Other Wikipedia articles, such as Conan O'Brien, Demetri Martin, and Jay Leno, were also affected. Tosh read some of the humorous revisions made to the article the following week on his show, and proceeded to apologize to Wikipedia for the mayhem he started. The Tosh.0 page, however, remains locked to unregistered viewers.|
|000000002010-02-12-0000February 12, 2010||QI: "Gravity"||Host Stephen Fry says that if you fire a bullet from a gun and drop a bullet from your hand at the same time, they will both hit the ground at exactly the same time, prompting panellist Barry Humphries to ask "Does this information come from Wikipedia?"|
|000000002010-02-21-0000February 21, 2010||Cold Case: "Metamorphosis"||Detectives Vera and Miller catch a suspect in a lie, citing a Wikipedia entry for J.B. Ricketts.|
|000000002009-04-08-0000April 8, 2009||Have I Got News for You: series 39, episode 2||Introducing guest panellist Richard Herring, guest host Alexander Armstrong describes him as "a man described by Wikipedia as one of the leading hidden masters of British comedy. Proving how easy it is to write your own entry on Wikipedia."|
|000000002010-04-11-0000April 11, 2010||The Cleveland Show: "Gone With the Wind"||At Loretta Brown's funeral, the minister reads from Wikipedia that Loretta Brown was either a singer or a member of the Australian Parliament, then ends by saying "Ci-ta-tion neeed-ed" in a ritualized tone.|
|000000002010-05-30-0000May 30, 2010||The Boondocks: "Stinkmeaner 3: The Hateocracy"||When Huey Freeman wants to know who is after his family, he said that "while desperate for answers, he would turn to the only place that may tell them what they need, Wikipedia". He then accessed a website which is a visual and content pun of Wikipedia.|
|000000002010-06-06-0000June 6, 2010||Breaking Bad: "Half Measures"||Skyler is researching money laundering, with closeups of the Wikipedia article shown on screen.|
|000000002010-06-22-0000June 22, 2010||Mongrels: "Series 1, Episode 1"||Earlier in the episode, Nelson the metrosexual fox kills a chicken that tried to kill him by cutting her head off. Kali the pigeon says that according to Wikipedia, a chicken can live for over a year without its head. Nelson claims Wikipedia cannot be trusted, then turns around to find the headless chicken still alive and trying to kill him.|
|000000002010-07-18-0000July 18, 2010||The Boondocks: "Mr. Medicinal"||When Robert Freeman is on trial for possession of weed and driving under its influences, he claims that Obama has made it legal, then the judge searches on Wikipedia to prove him wrong.|
|000000002010-08-11-0000August 11, 2010||Hot in Cleveland: "Good Luck Faking The Goiter"||After Elka Orstrosky (Betty White) helps Victoria Chase (Wendie Malick) learn about a disease she was trying to fake in a effort to receive votes for a Daytime Emmy Award by spreading a rumor, only to find out that the disease does exist, she asks her fellow roommates Melanie Moretti (Valerie Bertinelli) and Joy Scroggs (Jane Leeves) where Elka went because Elka looked it up in Wikipedia. Victoria also reveals that she has a Wikipedia page and she has to change it numerous times because they keep getting her age wrong.|
|000000002010-09-13-0000September 13, 2010||Haven: "Fur"||Jessica Minnion mentions learning Mi'kmaq hieroglyphs from a Wikipedia article.|
|000000002010-11-11-0000November 11, 2010||The Big Bang Theory: "The 21-Second Excitation"||Amy consults Wikipedia for information on Slumber parties, having never previously been to one.|
|000000002010-11-23-0000November 23, 2010||How Not to Live Your Life: "Don Meets His Maker"||Don uses Wikipedia to fool Samantha into believing he has a fatal disease, creating a badly written fake article on the disease.|
|000000002011-01-05-0000January 5, 2011||The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Comedy Central||During an interview with Wikipedia "volunteer" Jimmy Wales, Stewart claimed he was in fact, Batman; Wales responded with laughter and suggested that Wikipedia administrators would correct and lock Stewart's page. Quickly, the online community responded, editing Stewart's page to represent his claim to be Batman. Wikipedia administrators responded by correcting the changes and locking Stewart's page.|
|000000002011-05-03-0000May 3, 2011||NCIS Los Angeles: "Plan B" CBS||In the opening scene, Kensi Blye and Marty Deeks escort a key witness to the airport for his flight to Miami. When the conversation hits the subject of alligators in the Miami area, Kensi educates her companions about the differences between alligators and crocodiles. Rick, the witness then asks Marty, an old friend of his: "Did she just go Wikipedia on me?". In the rest of the episode Kensi is referred to as Wikipedia several times.|
|000000002011-06-30-0000June 30, 2011||Futurama: "Ghost in the Machines"||Bender's ghost tells the Robot Devil that Fry is dead, but the Robot Devil shows him Fry's Wikipedia page, which proves that Fry is alive. Coincidentally, Wikipedia does have an article in real life about Fry.|
|000000002011-12-11-0000December 11, 2011||American Dad!: "Season's Beatings"||Father Donovan mentions using Wikipedia.|
|000000002012-01-30-0000January 30, 2012||Family Guy: "Livin' on a Prayer"||Dr. Hartman tells Lois that Scotty Jennings – Stewie's new friend – is suffering from Hodgkin's lymphoma. Lois asks Dr. Hartman if he is saying Scotty has cancer. Dr. Hartman replies: "I dunno. I didn't read the whole Wikipedia entry."|
|000000002012-03-12-0000March 12, 2012||The Daily Show with Jon Stewart||After criticizing United States presidential candidate Mitt Romney for singing the 1954 song "The Ballad of Davy Crockett", Jon Stewart says that, "fortunately, Romney had a chance to use a slightly more recent Southern song reference at a rally last Friday with Randy Owen, lead singer of the legendary country band Alabama", and adds that "the only question is 'which greatest Alabama hit is Mitt gonna ask 'im to sing'" – providing as possibilities "Born Country", "Love in the First Degree", "Feels So Right" and "other songs I didn't know we had to look up on Wikipedia".|
|000000002012-04-03-0000April 3, 2012||The Daily Show with Jon Stewart||After the show plays a clip from American morning television show Fox & Friends in which co-host Steve Doocy says that something "was established by Marbury versus Madison back in the early 1800s and, ever since then, no serious legal scholar in 175 years has questioned whether or not the Supreme Court can throw out a law that is unconstitutional", Jon Stewart says "yeah", "we all have Wikipedia".|
|000000002012-05-20-0000May 20, 2012||The Cleveland Show: "All You Can Eat"||Cleveland edits the Wikipedia article Chipotle clam.|
|000000002013-09-08-0000September 8, 2013||The Newsroom: "Election Night, Part I"
Season 2, Episode 8
|Mackenzie, a cable-news producer learns that her Wikipedia page lists her as belonging to the wrong debate society in college. She asks a staffer to correct this, but the change is reverted by a site admin due to a conflict of interest. In the following episode, one her colleagues has his girlfriend, who works for a different news organization, post a story with the correct info, so that it may be used as a reliable source and her page is finally updated properly.|
|000000002014-11-17-0000November 17, 2014||The Simpsons: "Blazed and Confused"||With the arrival of a new teacher to Springfield Elementary, Milhouse looks up the "Wiccapedia" entry for Jack Lassen. Wiccapedia was first referenced in the 2009 episode, Rednecks and Broomsticks|
|000000002015-07-22-0000July 22, 2015||Mr. Robot: "eps1.4_3xpl0its.wmv"||To gain access to a data security firm, Elliot persuades an employee to believe that he is Sam Sepiol by creating a false biography on Wikipedia.|
|000000002016-07-25-0000July 25, 2016||Peter Capusotto y sus videos: Season 11, Episode 3||A sketch named "Pedagogical Porn" presents a format of pornographic film in which, after a characters says a specific word, the announcer reads a Wikipedia article. The middle of the sketch credits Wikipedia and Dick Fierro Producciones Para Adultos as the production companies.|
ଇଣ୍ଟର୍ନେଟ କମିକ ସିରିୟାଲ ରେ [ସମ୍ପାଦନା]
ସଂସୃତିକ କରଜ୍ୟକରମରେ ୱିକିପୀଡିୟାର ଉଲ୍ଲେଖ [ସମ୍ପାଦନା]
- People who are known to have used or recommended Wikipedia as a reference source include film critic Roger Ebert, comedian Rosie O'Donnell, University of Maryland physicist Robert L. Park, Rutgers University sociology professor Ted Goertzel and scientific skepticism promoter and investigator James Randi. Publications that have cited Wikipedia as a source include the American science magazine Skeptic.
- In the Homestar Runner cartoon No Hands On Deck!, Homestar Runner mentions that "'Wikipedia said vulcanized was the way to go" in reference to the type of nails used to build a deck. The Wikipedia article on decks has never had a long-standing reference to nails or vulcanization.
- The cartoon FoxTrot features Peter being criticized by his teacher for copying a homework assignment directly from Wikipedia. Peter replies, "Who's to say I didn't write the Wikipedia entry myself?" 
- During a debate on Quebec sovereignty in the Canadian House of Commons on November 27, 2006, Conservative Member of Parliament Scott Reid mentioned Wikipedia for its disambiguation of terms and individuals.
- In the July 2007 issue of National Geographic Magazine, an article on swarm intelligence, both in nature and as a method used by humans, mentions Wikipedia as an example.
- The British satirical magazine Private Eye has a section entitled "Wikipedia Whispers", which uncovers stories about how Wikipedia entries are altered. Stories include examples of how people have altered their own articles to make themselves look better, and vandalism on Wikipedia that becomes reported as fact.
- Hip hop artist Pharoahe Monch mentions Wikipedia in the song "Welcome to the Terrordome" from his 2007 album, Desire. The lyrics are: "Take a walk through all this misplaced media / They got my name spelled wrong on Wikipedia."
- In Volume 6 of the Canadian comic book series Scott Pilgrim, after the main antagonists injures one of the principal characters, Ramona Flowers, a character in a crowd, wondering if Ramona had died, stated that he was updating her Wikipedia page at that moment.
ୱିକିପିଡିଆର ଭୁଲ ତ୍ରୁଟିର ସଂସ୍କୃତିକ ପ୍ରଭାବ [ସମ୍ପାଦନା]
- Wikipedia was satirized in The Onion with a front-page article ("Wikipedia Celebrates 750 Years of American Independence", July 2006), alluding to perceptions that the publicly editable site is an unreliable source of information.
- The CollegeHumor staff posted the video "Professor Wikipedia" as part of the CollegeHumor original videos on September 16, 2008; the video satirized many aspects of Wikipedia.
- ) won the prize in Found category.
ପୁନଶ୍ଚ ଦେଖଣା [ସମ୍ପାଦନା]
- Truth in Numbers? Everything, According to Wikipedia
- Wikipedia in the media
ନୋଟ ସବୁ [ସମ୍ପାଦନା]
- ^ "Loxodonta", "African Forest Elephant", "African Bush Elephant", "Pachydermata", "Babar the Elephant", "Elephant", "Oregon",
"George Washington", "Latchkey kid", "Serial killer", "Hitler", "The Colbert Report" and "Stephen Colbert" are/were temporarily protected. "Mûmak" (formerly at "Oliphaunt") has also been vandalized.
ଆଧାର ଓ ଫୁଟ ନୋଟ [ସମ୍ପାଦନା]
- "Larry Groznic" (November 10, 2004).
- Note that the song was leaked on the Internet almost a month prior, on August 27, 2006.
- Bill Amend.
- The Colbert Report, "Faith", Comedy Central, March 1, 2006.
- The Colbert Report, "Superegomaniac", Comedy Central, May 9, 2006.
- ""Truthiness," "Wikiality" named TV words of year".
- "'Truthiness' and 'Wikiality' Named Top Television Buzzwords of 2006 Followed by 'Katrina', 'Katie,' and 'Dr. McDreamy'".
- White & Nerdy lyrics:
- Adams, Cameron (October 5, 2006).
- BBC News, Harry Potter book "often unread".
- "The Wikipedia Plays Will Be Seen at the Ars Nova in August", Playbill.
- ""The Wørd" – Self-Determination".
- The Colbert Report / Comedy Central recording of The WØRD "Wikiality", Comedy Central, July 31, 2006.
- I Have The Power.
- Khan, Shahrukh.
- "EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS!
- "'Lungi Dance' raising eyebrows".
- Duchamp, L. Timmel (Editor) (2013).
- "Редактор української "Вікіпедії" створив для неї гімн".
- У МОН відбувся концерт з нагоди 15-ої річниці Вільної інтернет-енциклопедії Вікіпедія // Ministry of Education and science of Ukraine
- Not My Job: Wikipedia Founder Jimmy Wales November 11, 2006
- Brian Bergstein (Jan. 24, 2007) Microsoft Violates Wikipedia's Sacred Rule The Associated Press.
- Nancy Gohring (Jan 23, 2007) "Microsoft said to offer payment for Wikipedia edits" IDG News Service.
- Nancy Gohring (Jan 24, 2007) "Microsoft's step into Wikipedia prompts debate" IDG News Service.
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