Wikipedia is one of the best inventions in the field of information. All knowledge is readily available with a single click, which makes its process information easy.
Recently created one website, which turns Wikipedia articles into real academic articles. If you want to take a screenshot, you can invoke it to support your argument and you can still send the link to a teacher if you are in school or studying. This site is called M-Journal and it works very simply.
The M-Journal was created by the digital product organization MSCHF, which released it long ago Netflix Hangouts, its extension Chrome which makes it look like you're on a formal call so you can watch a show whenever you want.
What MSCHF did was republish all of Wikipedia in its own academic journal. If you go to the site, you can search for any Wikipedia article or paste one link and will create a report that refers to the MSCHF M-Journal and not Wikipedia.
The results are not entirely convincing, which may create additional anxiety about the likelihood of anyone realizing it, but we are certainly not talking about a bad effort.
This is not the first tool that MSCHF has done to "help" its students America. Last September, "Times Newer Roman" was released, which is a font that makes Times New Roman a little bigger to make your work a little bigger.
Her representative company, said that MSCHF usually releases a new one project every second and fourth Tuesday of the month. Of course he did not mention what was next, except that it was about shoes.