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I wrote the first version of the Wikipedia article about the toilet brush

It’s probably my legacy to the world.

I wrote the first version of the Wikipedia article about the toilet brush. I know. And no, I don’t know where my knighthood has got to either.

Photo by Steven Ungermann on Unsplash

Before then, if you went to Wikipedia and searched for toilet brush, you were presented with an empty page…

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Simon Pitt

Simon Pitt

Media techie, developer, product manager, software person and web-stuff doer. Head of Corporate Digital at BBC, but views my own. More at pittster.co.uk

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