The disambiguation page for "Disambiguation". (via Kottke)

9 Responses to “Wikipedia recursion madness”

  1. Toby Graves says:

    Except that it’s not recursion because none of those links leads to a page that disambiguates.

    • Morkl says:

      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. -> …

  2. ronj says:

    Also, the _discussion_ page for the disambiguation page for “disambiguation”:
    https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/Talk:Disambiguation_%28disambiguation%29

  3. beemoh says:

    At this point, we make the obligatory “Have you Googled ‘Recursion’?” comment.

  4. Mark Dow says:

    Strange that there is no disambiguation page for “Ambiguity”. Is ambiguity unambiguous? Is the Ambiguity page its own disambiguation page?
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ambiguity

  5. thezarray says:

    Thank you, I feel ambiguated

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