- 12th Jan 2008
- Off to an excellent start! We have 13 more articles and one attempted vandalism in just two days! I would advise anyone reading this to jump in and start rolling out the comments Don't worry about the quality of your content yet.
- 13th Jan 2008
- See Categories for a list of suggested categories matching those on the main WRH site. See Special:Categories for a list of categories already in use. When you add a new article, it helps to categorize it, making it easier to find.
- 17th Jan 2008
- 54 articles in only a matter of a week. Let us create a user friendly source of non-bias information that we can build on. Add your researched content; piece by piece. YOU may have key information that someone else is looking for.
What's this about?
Michael Rivero started this wikia because "Wikipedia deleted their stories about whatreallyhappened.com, so, as an experiment, here is a brand new wiki just for the readers of whatreallyhappened to play with!"
But this can be a lot more than just a replacement for a set of deleted wikipedia articles.
Michael Rivero's whatreallyhappened.com (WRH) is in its fourteenth year of providing references to and commentary on some of the most erroneous reports concerning breaking news to be found on the internet. For the latest info, see that site's home page. But some of the articles there are more important than others, some deserve more in-depth discussion than the single paragraph Michael provides, while others deserve to be kept in the public eye long after they have been pushed off the main page by more recent news. That is where this wikia can help. What, to you, is the most important story on WRH? Put a link to it here, so it remains easily accessible. Discuss it here. Promote it here. Add your own commentary here. Build on the concept of WRH, transforming it into a living document. Get involved here. |}
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