Fresh off the news that Wikipedia will be rounding up trusted users to create a pool of volunteer community managers, who will approve data before it's published, a study has resurfaced saying most of the site's readers and writers are male. In fact, the study found that just 13 percent of Wikipedia contributors are female.
I find the results shocking. Next to Google, Dictionary.com and IMDB, Wikipedia has long been my go-to source for trivia and back story (taken with a grain of salt, naturally), but I have never contributed an entry. How about you?