after looking up the info you need on Wikipedia, you click on random, interesting-looking links, reading new stuff, until you find yourself reading about something totally unrelated to your original subject.
i looked up "mickey mantle" on Wikipedia. when i was done, i clicked on "new york yankee players," then "world series champions," then on "brooklyn dodgers," then on "leo durocher," then on "laraine day" then on " famous mormons," then on "donny osmond," then on "tv stars of the 70's," then on "david soul", then on "starsky and hutch," then on "tv cars," then on "ford torino," then on "torino talledega," then on "richard petty," then on "stock car champions," then on "alan kulwicki," then on "famous persons from wisconsin," then on "jeffery dahmer," then on "serial killers," then on "howard unruh," then on "camden, new jersey," then on "campbell soup," and then i realized i had just wasted the last three hours wiki-wandering!
by earpuller September 12, 2009
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If you look something up on Wikipedia and go to another article using those blue word links enough times that you forget what you first looked up, you are Wikiwandering.
Tyler: Did you read the Wikipedia page on Game theory?

Jeff: There are 2339 possible solutions to the 6x10 pentomino grid problem!

Tyler: Have you been Wikiwandering?
by Luciencd September 27, 2013

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