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The description of the island includes the following two sentances..."Its most southerly point is Cape Upright which features cliff faces which exceed 1000 feet. The highest point on the island is 450 m above sea level." Would it be good to use the same units for both measurments? Feet or meters, or feet (meters)? 188.8.131.52 (talk) 15:35, 26 May 2008 (UTC)Prf
I am a cartoonist who self-published a comic in February 2011 called St Matthew Island, detailing the history of the reindeer on the island. I think it would be appropriate to add as an 'external link' to this article, but don't want to do it myself due to conflict of interest guidelines. Can others please decide if it is worthy to add to this page? Cheers, Stuart mcmillen (talk) 01:13, 8 July 2011 (UTC)
Dude that's a cool comic, I just saw it posted on www dot spaceghetto dot st. You seem to have more detailed information in the comic than is here in the article. I would recommend that you expand the article to include that information, citing your sources of course, and nominate the article for the Did You Know section on wikipedia's main page. As far as adding a link to your comic, I don't know if it would be appropriate or not so I'll leave that to more qualified editors to decide. Well done and cheers yourself!Gabenowicki (talk) 00:14, 16 July 2011 (UTC)