Wikimedia Reading team recently released Page Previews for Wikipedia. Page Previews are a way to read the short description of an article without going to the article. It's an easy and cheap way to get context about a topic.
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== Project Description
We would like to make page previews into a service that anyone should be able to use. News publishers, bloggers, content publishers should be able to present content from Wikipedia on their own platform.
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**Excerpt for the third party publishers**
WikiFact Cards are a way to embed the supporting information needed to understand a story. This is traditionally done through writing. WikiFact is a parallel way of learning about a term the reader might not be familiar with and thus it works for both types of readers — the ones who need the context and the one who don't not.
WikiFact reduces the cost of exploration and makes up for a better reading experience.