Wikipedia should never be the only source of information for a story.
A reporter learns that fairly quickly. The Vatican has learned that too.
That is why eyebrows were raised when the Vatican resorted to Wikipedia when it released potted biographies of 22 new cardinals who were appointed on 6 January.
n a tone that does not exactly match the Vatican’s style, Willem Jacobus Eijk, the archbishop of Utrecht, is described as having a “strong tendency to conservatism, specially regarding abortion and homosexuality, which has made him one of the most talked about religious men in the country”.
From lack of use, my Google Voice number expired. I was bothered by the delay I heard when using it.
I likely didn’t use it to its full potential, but I never found a reason to explore.
What have others found with it?