Ever wonder what 5000 pages of Wikipedia might look like in physical printed form? Well, Rob Matthews has the answer. He took all of the articles from Wikipedia’s featured articles list and printed them and then bound them together in a book that’s thicker than any book I’ve ever seen. The resulting book speaks volumes about the wealth of information (and possibly misinformation) located in Wikipedia and how Wikipedia could exist in no other relevant form than on the internet. [via]