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|— Wikipedian ♂ —|
|Born||January 4, 1995
|Time zone||Eastern Time Zone|
|First edit||January 27, 2013 (though I used to edit as the IP 188.8.131.52)|
|Edit count||26,000 and counting.|
You have reached the userpage of a Wikipedian with the username Everymorning. This Wikipedian started editing on January 27, 2013 with an edit to the Sandbox and is autopatrolled, a reviewer and a rollbacker. On November 12, 2014 he changed his username to "Everymorning", a somewhat arbitratily chosen reference to a Sugar Ray song. He prefers to be referred to with male pronouns, and by his new username rather than his old one.
What I do
I specialize in the following:
- New pages patrolling, which means:
- Categorizing new pages,
- Adding references to new pages, and
- Nominating very short/test/vandalism pages for speedy deletion
- Creating biographical articles, especially about autism researchers and climate scientists
- Creating articles about scientific journals
- Creating music-related articles, particularly indie rock related artists and albums
- Fixing those things that say "displayauthors suggested" in the references section of some articles, as well as adding authority control templates to any biography lacking one.
- Working on pages with incorrect ref formatting.
- Delsorting at WP:AFD.
- Reporting promotional/offensive usernames at UAA, and also requesting page protection and occasionally reporting vandals at AIV.
- Oh yeah, and fixing dead links.
I have created 20 articles that have been featured on the DYK section of the main page, and 1 successful Good Article nomination (Primary Colours (Eddy Current Suppression Ring album)).
Lately I have been active in more general medicine-related articles (e.g. Homeopathy, Saturated fat and cardiovascular disease controversy, etc.), as well as articles about Wikipedia's coverage of itself (e.g. Reliability of Wikipedia).
Historically one of my major problems has been a violation of WP:MEDRS, particularly the part that states that secondary sources are the only thing that count. See /MEDRS for my thoughts on the matter.
I would like to thank those who helped expand the articles I created, especially User:Jytdog, as well as User:DGG for helping me out on this website. I had no idea Seralini affair would gain so much attention (or be subject to so much vandalism).
Please respond to me on my talk page, even if I originally posted on yours.
This section lists essays I have written in my namespace, so that I and anyone else who wants to look at them can find them easily and quickly.
Favorite Wikipedia quotes
"Our current method [for discussing user conduct issues] seem to me to be like putting someone in the Village stocks where the only thing you are allowed to throw at them are prickly cacti and they must be thrown with bare hands. This leads to editors with sore hands and one with a sore face... This is not productive to resolving conduct issues."  --User:Technical 13
"The user who visits Wikipedia...is rather in the position of a visitor to a public restroom. It may be obviously dirty, so that he knows to exercise great care, or it may seem fairly clean, so that he may be lulled into a false sense of security. What he certainly does not know is who has used the facilities before him." --Robert McHenry, former editor-in-chief of Encyclopedia Britannica
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Yeah, I never really update this anymore, mainly b/c I hit these milestones so often. I will add this, though:
- My 40,000th edit was to this page.
General stuff to work on
These databases should be included in the A&I section of journal articles:
- Science Citation Index
- Chemical Abstracts Service
- Current Contents/Life Sciences
- RSST ("Reliable Sources Search Tool"): https://www.google.com/cse/publicurl?cx=003285824986883509686:2wwqv9fcnrk
- RSST for music-related articles: https://www.google.com:443/cse/publicurl?cx=003285824986883509686:_shqdwlwdxk
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In other people's words
"It's a strange mixture of by-the-book strictness, and exposure of some decidedly fringe ideas and iffy sourcing, with a lean in the direction of material on controversial autism causes." --Alexbrn
Some things I hope catch on
- Everymorning's law: "If an event provokes a reaction from the head of state of at least one sovereign country, the event is notable." Now let's see if people start citing it. Yeah, right.
- /The Ball Effect
Information about me on Wikipedia you should know
I generally don't watch other people's talk pages because too many things then pop up on my watchlist that are unrelated to what I wanted to be notified about. For this reason, you should reply on my talk page if I write to you on yours.
My role models