Does anyone else have their web browser stuffed full of its pages? At least two of my offspring do, so it's not only me. One of them does quite a lot of editing and compiling for it too - a step I haven't taken yet, but might. I am tempted.
I love the linking system. I start reading a page (like this one on Liberalism,) and I can't help but to 'open in background tab' all the other linked articles I want to read. My eyes are too big for my brain and my free time though, because I've always got at least 10x more pages open than I could ever find time to read.
When I do find time to read the other articles, each one spawns at least 10 more background tabs until my whole browser is one long stream of Ws across the top. Sometimes I run out of space and go cold turkey - shut the lot and open a new browser window. That lasts for a couple of days maybe and then, before I know it, something takes me back to Wikipedia again and my browser is full.
There's a message in there for me somewhere. Psychoanalysis by web browsing habits.