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- 1 Personal Life
- 1.1 Favourite Sports Teams
- 1.2 Post-secondary education
- 1.3 Computers
- 1.4 Places I Like to Visit
- 2 Wikiprojects and my Wikipedia milestones
- 3 Size of the English Wikipedia in Volumes
- 4 Final Note
This user is a teetotaller.
Favourite Sports Teams
I also like any NFL team in Toronto if it plays in Toronto for almost every regular home game
Currently an alumnus of the Innis College undergraduate in the Faculty of Arts and Science in a specialist major in urban geography and received an Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree with High Distinction
Currently in Grade 4 Royal Conservatory of Music Theory; also studied music theory as a first year undergraduate student at above university
Currently completed Grade 10 Royal Conservatory of Music Piano; also improvises piano pieces (albeit based on chord progressions) well
Interests in Geography, Maps, Cartography, Constructed worlds, and Linguistics
Geography, Maps, Cartography, and Constructed Worlds
Any type of map, real or fictional, as long as it is not too complicated; especially useful for the above specialist major; I memorize places very well, real (especially the Greater Toronto Area at street level (hence my participation in Golden Horseshoe Roads Wikiproject shown with an appropriate userbox in the WikiProjects section) and beyond) or fictional; I also enjoy building worlds
I use and am interested in the Toronto Transit Commission
I use and am interested in the Toronto rapid transit system, operated by the above transit provider
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Studied linguistics with Marcel Danesi in introductory anthropology in First Year Undergraduate at above university; I also enjoy learning and creating constructed languages
My English is professional, since I grew up in an English-speaking environment. My French is at high school level, since I learnt French from Grade 4 to Grade 11 at the core levels. My Latin is proficient enough for reading and writing, given that I am dependent on Wheelock's Latin, which I used to teach myself the language and have John C. Traupman's revised and updated Latin-English dictionary for vocabulary enrichment. I also read the Latin Wikipedia and am planning to be a user.
Studied astronomy in First Year Undergraduate at above university; I am an expert on the components and history of the solar system and certain nearby extra-solar planetary systems; "Life must be out there"
Uses a MacBook Pro with Retina Display since February 2013
Places I Like to Visit
Wikiprojects and my Wikipedia milestones
Made 30,000 mainspace edits on 14:38, 27 May 2018 (UTC), on this edit to Toronto Star. Made 2000 edits on article talk pages on 12:27, 9 February 2017 (UTC) on this edit to Talk:Toronto subway public art. Made 2500 Wikipedia project edits on 23 September 2016 (UTC) on this edit to Wikipedia:Requests for page protection (requested semi-protection for Toronto Blue Jays).
Note that the above counter is outdated since September 2013.
Featured on the October 13, 2015 print edition of the Toronto Star in the article "Meet the man keeping the Jays' reputation intact on Wikipedia" (online edition was published a day earlier on October 12, 2015)!
Size of the English Wikipedia in Volumes
To be more precise, there are2,703.63744 volumes (based on the average article length of all Wikipedia editions) with 5,721,984 articles in English. If there were volumes in all languages, there would be 18,241.878375 volumes (or 18,242 volumes with 92 stacks with 42 volume(s) on the last stack) with 48,645,009 articles.
Note that it is updated automatically at the start of each hour. The number of volumes is periodically adjusted for average word count as well, since it would be very unrealistic for a rapidly growing bot-generated Wikipedia such as the Cebuano Wikipedia to have the same amount of content as the English Wikipedia, even if the Cebuano Wikipedia had more articles than the English Wikipedia; the English Wikipedia's database is approximately 26 times larger than the Cebuano Wikipedia.