Random Wikipedia Home page every time your browser opens

Lifehacker is the ONLY website I have ever read daily.

Reader Paul wrote this today and it is a great idea:

My homepage is set at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Randompage, which means every time I open my browser I have a random “Hey, I didn’t know that!” moment even if I only intended to check my email or something. It’s pretty fun.

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3 Responses to “Random Wikipedia Home page every time your browser opens”

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