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Bill Price (e)
Title: Mr.
  • Bill Price III
  • 裴文逸
  • 배문일
Occupation: Graduate student
Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Timezone: ET
To contact me, send me an e-mail or leave a message on my talk page.


Through May 2009, I primarily made edits and expansions to articles pertaining to Cornell as a member of the Cornell University WikiProject, though I dabbled in other areas as well.

As of June 2009, I am again living in my hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, so I plan to adapt my focus to the people, places, and phenomena of Western Pennsylvania. See my userbox column for current project affiliations.

I enjoy photography, and I have made over one hundred image contributions to Wikimedia Commons, including (apparently) the first photo of infamous politician Buddy Cianci. Here is my userpage on Wikimedia Commons.

I was featured in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette for my work on Wikipedia; the column is here.

See also[edit]

Some biographical information and personal links may be found on my Google Profile.


My username is a moniker I've been using since about 2003 or 2004. It refers to a They Might Be Giants song from the album No!. Although it was meant as an absurdist joke of sorts, I slowly grew to realize the name can be construed as being aggressive or hostile, especially among those unfamiliar with the song reference, and especially in a collaborative environment such as Wikipedia which makes extensive use of cleaning metaphors and broom imagery. In an attempt to mitigate the issue, I've changed my signature to "—Bill Price (nyb)".

Contributions to Wikipedia[edit]


For an explanation of what barnstars are—and for instructions on how to award someone with a barnstar—see Wikipedia:Barnstars.
Pgh-barnstar.png The Pittsburgh Star
Thanks for the help! DB9 (talk) 02:23, 25 July 2009 (UTC)
Editors Barnstar.png The Editor's Barnstar
For being a wise editor and an incredible asset to the community.
Cheers! —Eustress talk 19:36, 29 August 2009 (UTC)
BarnstarUni.png The University Barnstar
For consistent effort to improve university articles. I rarely award two barnstars to the same editor, but you deserve it! —Eustress talk 01:54, 15 July 2010 (UTC)
Original Barnstar Hires.png The Original Barnstar
Thanks for your many contributions to the continued quality of Pittsburgh area articles. Marketdiamond (talk) 18:17, 9 September 2012 (UTC)


Articles founded[edit]

Articles most edited[edit]

As of 9 March 2012:[1]

  1. The Gregory Brothers: 238
  2. Pittsburgh: 233
  3. Cornell University: 153
  4. The Bugle: 72
  5. Fred Rogers: 48
  6. Fort Pitt Blockhouse: 46
  7. John Oliver (entertainer): 41
  8. Etymology of Pittsburgh: 34
  9. Antoine Dodson: 33
  10. Cornell University Glee Club: 31

"to do"[edit]

In no particular order:

Draft articles[edit]

  • None presently




You can see userboxes I have made here.