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|Project description||As I have noted on my publications all over wikipedia, and the explanation on my commons talk page, I think that internet addiction is partially contributed by Wikipedia.
I have a medical and neuroscientific theory based on simple philosophy that Widescreen is more "real" - we have two eyes, and we mostly use widescreen computers now. I think with phones, if Wikipedia is locked to widescreen for those who want to select it, it will be a little harder to hold, a little more easy to see the reality behind it, and just let it be rather than being "addicted" or "dependent" on the content of Wikipedia.I have some data supporting this theory and it is being investigated from a legal perspective in regards to social media applications and in regard to a smartphone manufacturer.
|Is it a multilingual wiki?||All wikis|
|Potential number of languages||All wiki projects|
|Proposed tagline||Safe wikipedia use for internet addicts worldwide, or those at genetic risk of developing Wikipedia reading addiction|
|Proposed URL||The (proposed) website for the project|
|New features to require||Simply changing the wikipedia smartphone applications to widescreen.|
|Development wiki||Does your project have a technical-development wiki (e.g., in Wikimedia Labs)?|
|List of project participants|
Dr Peter James Chisholm
Safewiki Wikisafe Wikiwidescreen