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Notorious nitpick of spelling, grammar and punctuation (note the lack of the serial comma). Pharmacy student. Wannabe pathologist. Computer science, life sciences (especially pharmacology and medical genetics), biomedical computing (bioinformatics,computational biology, medical imaging, biomedical engineering and more) and psychology (especially behavioural neuroscience and psychopharmacology) majors. Indecisive (as demonstrated). Regulates lawyers. Researcher. Plays with Wistar rats and lab mice. Canadian. Coder. Perfectionist. Sickie. Musician. (Note that each letter in those last 2 words points to a different article). Userbox obsessee.
In other words, has a wide range of knowledge and experience to contribute!!!
Always willing to lend a hand. Have a project? Let me know!
I tend to be "sporadically active"—I'll work for days at a time and then disappear! I call these WikiBinges. You'll be able to tell whether I'm around by checking out my contributions.
- 1 WikiProjects
- 2 Other Wikipedia Involvements
- 3 Userboxes
- 4 Current Contributions
- 5 Education
- 6 Wikipedia History
- 7 Barnstars
I tend to label, rate, and stub/destub a variety of articles from any project. I do teeny things for all kinds of projects. These are just the projects where I've put myself down as a user.
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Other Wikipedia Involvements
As above, these are things I do on a regular basis. I do all sorts of teeny different things, depending on my mood.
I also repair dead-ends.
Some of my newly-added boxes that I particularly love:
I tend to edit pages I stumble upon in one way or another. Usually, when I try to look up one article for a reference, I end up: (a) editing the article with a grammar tweak at minimum, because it's so necessary!; (b) clicking on a wikilink to another article and having to edit THAT one; and (c) attempting to Wikify some links, which leads to seeing problems in the next article, which leads to editing those, which leads to viewing more articles...until I've suddenly got 30+ tabs open and they're ALL Wikipedia edit pages!
Lately (so I say on September 26, 2009, 5 years ago, after about 2 months or so), I have been doing a LOT of:
- Removing duplicate categories from articles
- Diffusing articles/templates to subcategories
- Categorising the uncategorised
- Diffusing stubs
- Obeying the WP:Manual of Style
- Converting manually-entered italic hatnote-like text into hatnotes
- Removing inappropriate hatnotes, especially those that are not ambiguous
- Redirecting redirects to the correct article heading
- Making redirects follow the Principle of least astonishment
- Creating new redirects, categorizing redirects
- Dissuading all Americanisms (and that is purposely leading to a dab)
I also just made a long article about the Leslie L. Dan Pharmacy Building. :)
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|Nice work on the redirect categorization overhaul ;) œ™ 04:26, 29 September 2009 (UTC)|
Why someone would hijack MY account, I do not know, but just in case...: