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I have tied my Wikipedia username to two online social media accounts. My Facebook account is inactive and does not mention Wikipedia. However, my Twitter account is active and conspicuously identifies me as a Wikipedian, albeit with a prominent disclaimer in my profile: "This unofficial account is not affiliated with @Wikipedia or @Wikimedia."

Many of my tweets pertain to Wikipedia; they are usually informational but some are contentious. My goal is to help increase understanding and stimulate public discourse of Wikipedia-related issues. I invite your participation.

I also tweet about Chelsea Manning, for whose Wikipedia bio I am in the Top 10 by edits and by added text. However, I do not tweet directly to or tag her account.

Additionally, I am in the Top 10 by edits and by added text of Wikipedia's Edward Snowden bio, but never mention him on Twitter.

KalHolmann (talk) 15:44, 16 August 2018 (UTC)

I'm ready for my 15 minutes of fame, Mr. Warhol[edit]

Now you can read about me (and some other chap, whose name dare not cross my lips) in Wired UK′s heroic account of how ArbCom is "working to keep the internet honest." KalHolmann (talk) 16:33, 21 August 2018 (UTC)