WIKIPEDIA HAS been revealing the most edited posts of 2016, and as you'd expect, dead celebrities are a big part of it.
The "Deaths in 2016" page was easily the most edited with 18230 edits. This was alongside individual edits for those we've lost including Prince, Alan Rickman, David Bowie and Fidel Castro.
But the individual winner with 3551 edits was Vincent Van Gogh. Why? Because four Wikipedia editors decided to spend time making sure it was worthy of so-called "Featured" status, a quality mark for entries.
One editor named 'Modernist' explained to the BBC that Van Gogh is "an artist misunderstood for decades, constantly being misinterpreted, reinterpreted, studied, re-studied, yet seemingly always escaping a clear understanding of his true nature,"
As at the time of writing, the highest number of edits this month is for Bigg Boss 10 - the Indian equivalent of Big Brother which is currently in full swing out there. However, "Fake News Websites" is coming up fast.
But they've all got a long way to go before they beat the most edited articles of all time, which are George W Bush's page, and a list of WWE wrestling celebrities, both with nearly 43,000 edits.
The US Election dominated the top 10, with Donald Trump second to the Deaths in 2016 page with 8933. The biggest non-election event was the 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting with 5540 edits. Brexit had 3433 edits while the Nice terrorist attacks had 3262. Great Britain at the 2016 Summer Paralympics got 1551 while the Olympic page got 2140.
Compare all this to the most searched terms in Google. The winner there was Euro 2016, with all the feet and the kicking and the balls. It even beat the Olympics.
Top searches by month were:
January: Occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge 
February: The Life of Pablo (Kanye West's album) 
March: Deaths in 2016 
April: Panama Papers 
May: Egypt Flight 804 
June: 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting 
July: 2016 Nice Attack 
August: Great Britain at the 2016 Summer Olympics  (GET IN!!!!)
September: Deaths in 2016 
October: Newspaper endorsements in the United States presidential election, 2016 
November: Protests against Donald Trump 
December: Bigg Boss 10 *
Yet another reason why the planned 1000 volume paper edition of Wikipedia was a f*cking stupid idea, even for a crowdfunder. µ
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