Freelance writers doing research on the Internet often turn to Wikipedia to get started. Recently the Encylopedia Britannica, the 32-volume print monster, announced that it would no longer issue print editions and would only have an online version — although you can still access older print versions at the library.
Fellow blogger and freelance writer Anne Wayman recently posted about this and shared the same art work, but I want to be sure you don’t miss out. (And thanks to Open-Site for creating the infographic.)
How much do you use Wikipedia for your freelance writing assignments? What else do you use it for? Tell us in the comments below the infographic!