What is impressive about Wikipedia is that information is updated so quickly.
Any big event, like a death of a celebrity or whatever, it'll appear on there quicker than some news sites.
I'm just wondering though, Wikipedia also keeps current information that is relatively minor.
For example, this is the page of Roger Federer. ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_federer )
Now he's a high profile tennis player but he's not really famous for his double's record. Nevertheless, his current doubles ranking is displayed.
So my question is, is his current doubles ranking just updated manually by someone every time it changes or is there some sort of automated process that Wikipedia sources this data from somewhere in order to update this statistic?