By Cory Doctorow at 10:52 pm Mon, Sep 26, 2011
Except that it’s not recursion because none of those links leads to a page that disambiguates.
Word-sense disambiguation is the process of identifying the sense of a word in a sentence. -> “Disambiguation” redirects here. For other uses, see Disambiguation (disambiguation). -> Word-sense disambiguation is the process of identifying the sense of a word in a sentence. -> …
Stop the presses! There are loops in wikipedia!
In other news…
Also, the _discussion_ page for the disambiguation page for “disambiguation”:
At this point, we make the obligatory “Have you Googled ‘Recursion’?” comment.
Strange that there is no disambiguation page for “Ambiguity”. Is ambiguity unambiguous? Is the Ambiguity page its own disambiguation page?
I can see forever
Here’s my favorite:
Thank you, I feel ambiguated
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