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  • article created 06:18, 11 March 2011, 32 minutes after the main quake in Sendai, Japan\n\nSlide 2 Article created 06:18, 11 March 2011, 32 minutes after the main quake.\nSlide 3Notice the CURRENT EVENT warning at the top of the page.\nSlide 9 INFOBOX on right with casualties (“many injuries”) and magnitude\nSlide 21 New map\nSlide 22 Revert to old map\nSlide 25 Battle for map supremacy\nSlide 31 New pictures\nSlide 36 Notice links to LIVE VIDEOS on the bottom. Also, in the next several slides, pictures are added and removed\nSlide 41 Pics come back\nSlide 53 More information and references\nSlide 54 VANDALISM!!\nSlide 56 Restored\nSlide 61 Bringing all the old pics back\nSlide 71 Major lengthening of article, with many references\nSlide 72 Here’s what’s in the article after 12 hours [1 of 4]\n\n
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  • Notice links to LIVE VIDEOS on the bottom. Also, in the next several slides, pictures are added and removed.\n
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  • More information and references\n
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  • VANDALISM!!\n
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  • Bringing all the old pics back\n
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  • Major lengthening of article and many references\n
  • Here’s what’s in the article after 12 hours [1 of 4]\nA standard encyclopedia entry, with maps and photos (and a tag warning this is a current event)\n\n
  • Here’s what’s in the article after 12 hours [2 of 4]\nRobust sub-categories of information, on geologic information, casualties, infrastructure damage and economic impacts…\n\n
  • Here’s what’s in the article after 12 hours [3 of 4]\nA catalogue of the international response to Japan’s need.\n\n
  • Here’s what’s in the article after 12 hours [4 of 4]\n\n

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  • 1. WikipediaSendai earthquake & tsunami