Greg Veen

27 March 2009

Wikirank: What's popular on Wikipedia

The four of us at Small Batch Inc have launched our first product! It's Wikirank, a tool that shows you what's popular on Wikipedia and lets you compare topics and share your findings with the world. It's already uncovered some interesting stories -- and some surprises. Take this comparison, for example, showing relative interest in the members of the totally awesome Canadian prog rock band, Rush:

What, you expected front-man Geddy Lee to come out on top? Not so! But, really, we all know Neil Peart is the true creative genius of the three. (And, um, I may have just revealed too much about my interest in this band. Moving along...)

Try it out for yourself at Wikirank, and let us know what you think.

Posted by Greg at 11:05 AM.

On 7 April 2009 at 03:57 PM, Michael Economy commented:

I think when i share this website with people I'm gonna give them this url:
http://wikirank.com/en/Wikirank

So that they're super confused.

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