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Have You Seen This? What did we edit in 2014?

By Martha Ostergar | Posted - Dec. 31, 2014 at 1:15 p.m.



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RETROSPECTIVE TOWN — I swear, I’m doing my best not to sound like a number from “Rent,” but “Seasons of Love” really does ask the perfect question for this time of year: “How do you measure a year?”

Videos are popping up all over the Internet as individuals and companies answer that question. Google answered with most popular Internet searches, Internet darling Andrew Huang (among others) found a creative way to recount the year in popular music, and our own KSL.com with KSL-TV broke it down into our most popular news stories.

Wikipedia has joined the fray, but instead of breaking down what was most read on its site, it asks the compelling question of what entries were most edited.

What events made immediate history, thus requiring new entries? What old entries had new revelations or developments to be added? Who of note has accomplished something new or left this world behind? What was added to our expanding world of science and technology?

To see the answer to these questions and many more, there’s only one thing you can do — you guessed it: Watch the 3-minute video above.

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