Will Wikipedia Survive?
The online encyclopedia faces a number of challenges, including the hiring of a new boss, and a reduction in the numbers of people making contributions to it.
Will efforts to make it more friendly to mobile devices, to broaden its readership to new places, and to adapt to wearable devices such as Google Glass succeed?
How well does the world's information scale? Will Wikipedia continue to be a favorite source of Google knowledge panels, or will its role there diminish as Google builds up other sources such as Freebase? If Wikipedia decides to start showing advertisements (a possibility mentioned in the article), will the commercialism of that approach alienate contributors to Wikipedia?
I usually recommend to most people interested in learn SEO to spend some time as a Wikipedia editor learning how its updated, how its notability policy shapes what is included within it, and why Google might often see it as an authoritative source of information.