Join @depthsofwikipedia creator Annie Rauwerda on a journey through Wikipedia’s most interesting corners. You’ll have the time of your life. .
Depths of Wikipedia is a group of social media accounts dedicated to highlighting "strange", "obscure", and "interesting" facts from Wikipedia. Created on Instagram in 2020 by Annie Rauwerda, a student at the University of Michigan, the account shares excerpts from various Wikipedia articles on humorous or absurd topics. Rauwerda has hosted a Wikipedia editing workshop and live comedy shows in connection with Depths of Wikipedia. Annie Rauwerda, a neuroscience major at the University of Michigan, created the Depths of Wikipedia Instagram account in April 2020 as a personal project at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, intending to share strange, surprising, and interesting facts from the English Wikipedia among friends. According to Rauwerda, the project was inspired by a collage of excerpts from Wikipedia she had made for a friend's zine, and by a photograph from the Wikipedia article on cow tipping. She had been interested in Wikipedia before beginning the project, spending time reading it as a child and Wikiracing with friends in middle and high school. After her Instagram account gained followers, Rauwerda created TikTok and Twitter accounts of the same name, and launched a newsletter covering unusual Wikipedia pages in greater detail.
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