Who cares? The rest of the world loves Wikipedia because it’s a fast and free source of information on almost any topic. Yes, Wikipedia has a few problems (not the least of which is that anything can be edited by almost anybody), but usage is going up, not down.
For Mac users who browse Wikipedia in a browser window, here’s a better way. It’s the Wiki app. Instead of a big, fat browser window or a dedicated tab in a browser, Wiki for Wikipedia gives you an elegant, floating window complete with search bar.
What’s so special about a smaller window to house Wikipedia content?
Wiki for Wikipedia can open multiple windows (although an option for multiple tabs would be better) on your Mac. There’s a Mac Menubar icon, too. Click it and the pop down Wiki window lets you search and display Wikipedia content.
The app isn’t free, but it’s nominally priced (within my personal threshold of acceptable price without a trial option) and very useful for anyone who’s a Wikipedia junkie.
I use Wiki for Wikipedia on my Mac, but not as much as in years past thanks to plenty of Wikipedia apps for the iPad.