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h2g2 Mobile - FAQ
What is h2g2?
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Created: 23 Feb 2004
h2g2 is an unconventional guide to life, the universe and everything, an encyclopaedic project where entries are written by people from all over the world.
The Guide is written by visitors to the website - www.bbc.co.uk/h2g2/ - and already it has thousands of entries on all sorts of subjects. It's a living, breathing guide that's constantly being updated and revised.
h2g2's inspiration came from Douglas Adams, author of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy . Back in 1971, Douglas imagined a time when we'd have hand-held electronic devices that could access information about almost any place, object, time or event. This vision is now a reality in the form of h2g2 Mobile.
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Entry Chapters:
»What is h2g2?
»Why is the site called h2g2?
»Who's responsible for h2g2?
»Is h2g2 anything to do with Douglas Adams?
»Why can't I write entries with my mobile/PDA?
»How can I give feedback, or ask questions about the site?
»What is the BBC's WAP address?
»How do I bookmark BBC WAP?
»How much does it cost to use BBC WAP?
»How do I contact you about BBC WAP?
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