Hello there! I am Zita Ursula Zage, a tech enthusiast, Wikipedian, Open Advocate and a writer. I am the author for the Road to Discovery, a self development and women empowerment book that uses a fictional story to inspire and guide readers on how they can discover their talents, strengths and weaknesses.
I am the co-founder of the Global Open Initiative Foundation.
"It is my responsibility to take care of me. Despite the chaos, I choose to laugh and be happy. Everyone is entitled to their opinion about me and I am entitled to magnify the true voice in my head because, at the end of the day, what I choose to believe about myself manifests and becomes the reality in my life."
I didn't know that anonymous editors can flag a page for deletion on Wikipedia.
This is an interesting and informative post
"86% of all the people that are online in Sweden use Wikpedia regularly. For people under 40, 90% use Wikipedia regularly" by John Anderson @Wikimania
According to #UNESCO's report on ‘A Decade of Promoting Multilingualism in Cyberspace’ (2015), it is estimated that only 10 out of the the world’s approximately 6,000 languages make up 84.3 percent of people using the Internet. English and Chinese being the dominant languages