I continue to be amazed by Wikipedia. I just saw a blurb on TV that some wrestler that lives near me and his family died. I could wait until 11:00 to get some of the information or I could hop over to wikipedia and get all of the information immediately. Here's what's already there:

This section documents a current event.Information may change rapidly as the event progresses.
On June 25, 2007, Chris, Nancy, and their son Daniel were found dead in their home in Peachtree City, Georgia[83][84]. It was first reported to fans of WWE on their WWE Mobile Alerts Service and posted to their official website soon after. Exact details are not yet known, and an investigation is ongoing.[2] On their website, World Wrestling Entertainment released the following statement[85]:

World Wrestling Entertainment is deeply saddened to report that today Chris Benoit and his family were found dead in their home. There are no further details at this time, other than the Benoit family residence is currently being investigated by local authorities.
Tonight’s Raw on USA Network will serve as a tribute to Chris Benoit and his family. WWE extends its sincerest thoughts and prayers to the Benoit family’s relatives and loved ones in this time of tragedy.

WWE canceled the scheduled three hour long live RAW show on June 25, and replaced the broadcast version with a tribute to his life and career, featuring his past matches, segments from the Hard Knocks DVD and comments from wrestlers and announcers.[7]
Fayette County, Georgia police are investigating Benoit's house following the discovery of the bodies, and no details have been released other than to announce that Benoit was not shot to death, and it is being investigated as a possible murder-suicide.[86]

Pretty impressive, I think. What I don't get is that all of the students in my ministry say that their teachers will give them an F on their papers if they site wikipedia as a source. Of course, education is one of the latest adopters that exists. JM

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