I've just found the handy dandy template insert that we see so often in subheadings on Wikipedia, which says "Main Article: X". I've run across a handful of places where it is relevant to add; I'm sure there are more out there.

Why do I care? Networking and browsing go hand in hand. Who hasn't read a small section on a wiki, then clicked on the main article link in order to learn more? I have. I'd like to give our wiki users the same opportunity. One click leads to another, and soon enough we'll all be experts.

Then I can stop editing and go outside and have a nice chilled drink on the patio and maybe even get a tan or something. Until then, it's pasty glaring whiteness and wiki edits all around!

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