Ever need to determine if someone you’ve outsourced is pulling your leg? A great way to fact-check is to use the awesome power of Wikipedia.com
This website is a great free resource on pretty much everything, ever. The best part is that it is community checked for validity. Anything added on there must have its source cited, and can be contested by the community at large. Unlike a large printed book, this means Wikipedia is a living document with all the knowledge you could ever want directly at your fingertips.
Another great thing about it is that it interlinks with other pages relevant to the topic you are reading about. For example, if you want to read about horses, and you see something about horse shoes in the article, it will often have a link right there for more information on horse shoes. It’s quite possibly the most time effective way to learn about a topic and get a “whole-picture” view of what is really going on.