Click on the title to this post to read a Washington Post article about Virgil Griffith, creator of WikiScanner, a program to identify the IP addresses of editors to Wikipedia articles. I was originally alerted to this story by a LawLib post, referring to the Sydney Morning Herald story about WikiScanner. You can access WikiScanner directly at wikiscanner.virgil.gr/. Interesting to see who's editing and what they are saying. Most editing seems to be minor correction and enlarging articles in a responsible way, but political figures, corporate competitors and news organizations can't seem to resist the temptation to make themselves look better or poke competitors in the eye. A carnival of human nature!