THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

My Wiki is Bigger than Yours: Part 2

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The first version of this quiz was a hit, so we're bringing it back. Below are ten pairs; it's up to you to figure out which wikipedia article has the larger word count. Word counts don't include links, invitations to edit the article, references or photo captions. And, of course, no editing the articles to boost your scores.

5 Questions: "Parker" Bench

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Brain Game: Glossiest Enamel

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For Dummies. For Real?

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When you wander through the reference section of any major bookstore, it seems like the people behind the For Dummies guides have tackled every possible subject. While the series is certainly exhaustive, they haven't covered everything. Can you tell which topics are still waiting for the Dummies treatment?

Who's Getting Roasted? A Celebrity Roast Quiz

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From The Friars Club to Dean Martin, Comedy Central to Shaquille O'Neal, the history of pop culture is heavy on celebrity roasts. Let's see if you can figure out who's getting roasted in the questions below.

The first known chain letter appeared in 1888 soliciting for dimes for the poor in Tennessee and promising God’s blessing in return.

The first known chain letter appeared in 1888 soliciting for dimes for the poor in Tennessee and promising God’s blessing in return.

Are You Smart Car Smart?

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Smaller than a VW bug, more compact than a Mini, smart cars (with their very deliberate lowercase "s") have been buzzing around our streets since the late 1990s. But how much do you know about these tiny travelers? Take this quiz and get smart.

For those of you in the Birmingham, AL area, this quiz is part of our Smart Car Giveaway. You'll find out where the smart® car is hiding at the end of the quiz.

The Saturday Night Live Musical Guest Quiz

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Today's quiz is aimed at people who watched Saturday Night Live in the 1990s. You'll remember the hosts and you'll remember the musical guests. Can you remember which hosts appeared with which artists?

Worcestershire sauce was invented accidentally by Brits trying to recreate the flavors in Indian food.

Worcestershire sauce was invented accidentally by Brits trying to recreate the flavors in Indian food.

5 Questions: Never Forget

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5 Questions: Hey, Hey, We're Five Questions

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H. Cecil Booth, inventor of the first suction-powered vacuum, first experimented by covering his lips with various fabrics and taking giant gulps of detritus off his floor.

H. Cecil Booth, inventor of the first suction-powered vacuum, first experimented by covering his lips with various fabrics and taking giant gulps of detritus off his floor.

5 Questions: Add-a-Letter: F to Fundy

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Depending on the time of year, the Earth's distance from the Sun can vary more than 3 million miles.

Depending on the time of year, the Earth's distance from the Sun can vary more than 3 million miles.

Caffeine serves the function of a pesticide in a coffee plant.

Caffeine serves the function of a pesticide in a coffee plant.

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