Man makes 47,000 Wikipedia edits for one grammar error

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Man makes 47,000 Wikipedia edits for one grammar error

For IN the NOW with Anissa Naouai, The Resident discusses how one Wikipedia editor, Giraffedata, has made more than 47,000 manual edits just to correct wrong uses of the word, “comprise.” He did this in the age where a heart emoji was just the most-used word of the year.

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