Visit any Wikipedia page and you'll see at the top a big, bold font personal appeal from site founder Jimmy Wales who once again is asking for handouts. His plea starts off by letting visitors know Wikipedia is the No. 5 website in the world, serving 454 million people each month and dishing out billions of page views. Maintaining its modest army of 400 servers and 95 staff costs money, and advertising has no place on Wikipedia, Wales says. As for your cash, well, that's a different story.
Everyone at the Max PC headquarters is busy getting ready for the Holidays and CES, so you'll have to forgive our slightly-shorter-than-usual No BS Podcast #159. In the ring this week, Gordon and Nathan tag-team some of your hardest tech questions. Then, during the Rant, Gordon deliver's the metaphorical People's Elbow to Farmville, the grocery store, and Jimmy Wales' face.
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