Netha Hussain

Medical student, blogger, Wikipedian.

Netha Hussain is a medical student, blogger and Wikipedian. She has done exciting things like grooming kittens, listening to cardiac murmurs and riding bicycles.She'd work for any length of time on stuff that doesn't make any sense. She is owned by a pet cat and has been scratched several times by it. She loves solitude and knows what to do with it. This blog is all about her personal learning.

Being a child of the 90's, she has grown up with technology. The best discovery she had ever made was that Wikipedia is an editable space. Armed with this wonderful information, she went ahead and made a couple of edits only to fall in love with Wikipedia. Catch her on Wikipedia here.
Rosie Stephenson: The Woman Who Wrote Over Three Thousand Articles on

Rosie Stephenson: The Woman Who Wrote Over Three Thousand Articles on Wikipedia

It has been over seven years since her first article on Wikipedia and Rosie, now 60, still keeps writing as enthusiastically as in the past. By now, she has created thousands of articles. Hundreds of them are about rivers, lakes, peninsulas, bays, islands and hamlets. There are also hundreds of biographies.
11/12/2014 05:32 GMT
Countering the Systemic Bias on Wikipedia : An Interview With Emily

Countering the Systemic Bias on Wikipedia : An Interview With Emily Temple-Wood

"I love to collect information, and I love that I get to share that information with the world," says Emily Temple-Wood, a veteran editor on English Wikipedia. Emily, who likes reading encyclopedias from cover-to-cover, finds writing on Wikipedia a transition from being a consumer to a creator of knowledge.
01/04/2014 14:28 BST
Wikipedia: Towards Closing the Gender

Wikipedia: Towards Closing the Gender Gap

Most of us know Wikipedia as the free online encyclopedia, written collaboratively by millions of volunteers from around the world. I am one of those writers for the last 3 years. It was by writing articles about medical sciences that I started contributing to Wikipedia.
12/02/2013 10:09 GMT