List of useful links to other websites
We add in-line links in the pages to help readers. Clicking on a link will open a new tab or page in your browser, where additional information or clarification can be found.
We use Wikipedia where ever there is a Wiki article available. This is to standardise the starting point for a reader to research a topic or word.
Because Wikipedia is available in a large number of languages and not every visitor reading this has English as their first language, it seems like a good place to start.
There are of course those who criticise Wikipedia for not always being entirely accurate. Because it is “open source“ and uses lay editors instead of exclusively professional writers, some think the articles are less valid than a traditional encyclopedia.
But where ever you research on line there are inaccuracies, so in the absence of another free comprehensive source, the links below are mainly to Wikipedia pages.