It’s one of the simplest sites on the internet: black text on a white background, a few bandwidth-hogging graphics and a handful of small photos, if any at all. But that minimalism didn’t stop it from winning around 120 billion page views last year.
The site is Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia that celebrates its 20th anniversary today. Its users don’t flock to Wikipedia to watch viral videos, post photos of their kids or argue in the comments. Instead they come seeking dry and dispassionately-presented information on a staggering array of topics in 300 languages (even Esperanto)….
Source CNET Internet News