When Wikipedia formally launched on Jan. 15, 2001, creators Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger hoped to create over 100,000 articles. Today, Wikipedia has more than 22 million articles in over 285 languages. In the 11 years since its inception, the free encyclopedia has become a community of volunteers who do more than contribute and edit information. Rather, the empire has entered different mediums, or Wikimedia.
We have Wales on the show tomorrow — what should we ask him? How has Wikipedia changed the way you search for information? Where do you see it going in the future?