So, inspired by the book, "The Know-It-All", about a man who reads the Encyclopaedia Britannica in about a year http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0743250621/sr=1-1/qid=1137529321/ref=pd_bbs_1/104-2292950-9171913?%5Fencoding=UTF8, I've started reading Wikipedia from ! to z. I only started recently, so I'm still on the '$'s, and I'm beginning to think I'd rather read something else, but I'm not sure what else to read. There are two things I like about Wikipedia: 1) it's free. I'm not interested in paying for Britannica online, or any other pay service, and 2) it's online, so I can read it at work (when I suppose I should be working). But there are also things I don't like about Wikipedia: 1) too much contemporary pop-culture (I want to read about wrestlers and game shows, but not quite as many and not quite as exhaustively), and 2) the pack-of-lies factor (While I like the Wikipedia concept, it's clearly got some suspect entries). So, does anyone else have any suggestions for things I could read while at work that contains random and broad information about many, many subjects, and also has the makings of a project: something that will take me at least a year or more to actually do.