Okay, sorry to get on my soapbox here, but this shit is ridiculous.
Once again, politicians are trying to take away your rights. This time, it's about free information. The US Congress and House of Representatives unsurprisingly support this bill, which should cause further investigation to begin with. If you love sites like Wikipedia, Google, and other forms of free knowledge, then do your part to help our representatives understand that censoring sites like these is an abomination of our rights. How scary would this be to see every time you wanted to look something up on Wikipedia? Wikipedia Blackout
Here's a short video to briefly explain what's going on: SOPA "explained" by The Guardian
Please don't ignore issues like this! Politicians wi…Read more >
Hi guys, I know I'm new around here, but I've had more opportunity to work with my other editors on the other wikias... so I'd like to ask you guys a question. :)
When I first came to this site, I was slightly overwhelmed with the information and work to do - and I still am, honestly. But there's something I have to know - is there any particular reason why the first time someone glances at our wikia, one can be instantly reminded of infuriating past circumstances. The "Man" isn't something I ever expected to be what the Cannabis Wikia was painted with. Not to be critical, I'm just saying that a plush green field or something more pleasing could be used instead... it would be a much more inviting space, in my opinion. What other things can …Read more >