The Wikipedia Encyclopedia server went down yesterday due to be over heating to one of their European units. There was a failure of one of the cooling mechanisms that lead to the technical problem. Because of this, it brought down the entire site. Representatives from Wiki, expressed their apologies for any inconvenience that their many users were caused. The problem has been repaired and the numerous users are now able to resume their searches. This also affected some of the writers from The Content Authority, which often use this site as a resource for content-based articles.
Wikipedia Encyclopedia is a free service that is operated by the Wikimedia Foundation that is a nonprofit organization. The content is developed by volunteers, and has information pertaining to a wide range of topics. You can view information in many different languages and is considered one of the most visited sites on the entire Internet. It is estimated that millions of millions of people visit the site daily.
The Wikipedia encyclopedia began in 2001, with its English version. One of the most recent statistics shows that there are almost 3.3 million articles. The website is used for people looking for information, much like one would use an encyclopedia. Researchers use this in order to develop informative articles for their websites. Most of the content is factual, and careful attention has been used to ensure that the information remains relevant and correct. With the site being down yesterday, it caused the delay of not only students perhaps completing some of their homework, but for those that were looking for important information in order to produce SEO Articles and other types of web content.