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So someone decided to start posting Wikipedia articles to YouTube. Not really a bad thing, especially when you may have a number of users who may be blind and need the audio feed. All good right? Whats up with the computer generated voices though? They couldn’t spring a few bucks to have Mike Rowe do the audio? Probably not possible with the amount of content they have. I suppose it’s pretty cool to be significant enough for Wikipedia to enshrine your story….but does your story have to be told by your Tom Tom?

Here’s a wiki article on a fellow Dot Rat…. Kay Hanley. She would probably get a kick out of this.