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Dr Mike's Math Games for Kids is a website - the url is According to Wikipedia's notability criteria for websites,

"web-specific content is deemed notable based on meeting any one of the following criteria.
  1. The content itself has been the subject of multiple non-trivial published works whose source is independent of the site itself. This criterion includes reliable published works in all forms, such as newspaper and magazine articles, books, television documentaries, websites, and published reports by consumer watchdog organizations"

with some exceptions meant to exclude certain types of trivial self-promotion.

The website has been featured in the following media :

The Malay Mail, 1st December, 2009
The Post, 4th September, 2010
Curtin FM, 21st September, 2010

Copies of the relevant articles/interviews may be found here.

My question - is this sufficient to make Dr Mike's Math Games for Kids notable by Wikipedia's standards? mike40033 (talk) 07:15, 17 October 2010 (UTC)

As you are no doubt aware this is a borderline case. In my personal opinion the site satisfies the criteria described in WP:WEB, and WP:GNG – although in both cases not by a comfortable margin. I am personally less convinced that such an article is of much benefit to the encyclopedia, but I have bookmarked the site and may (irrationally) change my mind after having tried some of the games with my little daughter. :) Hans Adler 09:07, 17 October 2010 (UTC)
PS: Just on the off-chance that you are not aware of it, see WP:COI. Hans Adler 09:08, 17 October 2010 (UTC)
Thanks. I'm well aware of Conflict of interest, though I haven't (yet) read WP:COI. I'm trying to tread carefully here :-) mike40033 (talk) 00:28, 18 October 2010 (UTC)