reply to "Hi! And Eno!"
Ѽ helo thar! About two hours ago, I added a quote to the Brian Eno page, which had been untouched for a while, and like two minutes later you came by and spiffed up the page. First off, thank you! (My superpowers do not include spiffing.) Second off: Assuming it wasn't coincidence, how'd you do that? Namely: is the Eno page on your watchlist?; or is there a realtime scroll/crawl/tickertape somewhere of all page-saves, and Eno caught your eye there? I'm always learning (and forgetting, and relearning) basic stuff about Wikimedia stuff, and I occasionally work up some curiosity. (By the way, you might like this thing I added: Peter Schmidt (artist)#Ten_Freedoms. And yes, that's a sorely unspiffed new page there. Rearrangement and wisdom welcome.) — Sburke 12:25, 16 November 2011 (UTC)
- In the navigation section of most pages one can find a link to the Recent changes page. I have a bookmark set in most of my browsers by which to view the last couple hundred changes here, and one can tweak one's preferences to have the page default to different levels of display. One can also place pages on one's watch list, which produces a bold rendition of the page names in this list of changes. ~ Kalki (talk · contributions) 13:23, 16 November 2011 (UTC)