Read Any Good Wikipedia Articles Lately?

David C Justin, The CopyGeek, Dallas Freelance Copywriter, Star Wars Geek

I don’t think a day goes by without me looking something up on Wikipedia. It’s a wonderful resource to learn more about historical events, technology, people, movies and anything else you can imagine.

While I wouldn’t use Wikipedia as a source for writing a school research paper, it’s the perfect place to get a better understanding of a vast array of topics. For example, as part of my copywriting, I’ve used Wikipedia to better understand how certain things work so I can write about them more effectively.

  • Heating and Air Conditioning
  • Wi-Fi
  • COVID-19
  • Essential Oils
  • RFID
  • Double-Pane Windows
  • Electrostatics

It’s all there, just waiting for you to explore. Just be careful. Learn too much about anything in particular and you just might find yourself turning into a geek, just like me.

Until next time, may the Force be with you.

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