So yesterday was a day without Wikipedia.
How did we all cope?
Maybe by using the various workarounds that let you bypass Wiki's self-imposed protest blackout. Or whiling away the hours following STV's #fitbawiki chat on Twitter.
Or you could have gone old school and picked up a book.
A book like Maurice Dougan's Hibernian History Handbook.
It's a real treasure trove of information for Hibs fans and those with an interest in the history of the Scottish game.
Maurice is a big Hibee - although not as "big" as his brother - so this has been something of a labour of love.
Well worth the effort though.
The full history of the club is covered, season by season, from the very beginning to the end of the 2010-11 season.
There's a list of all 1399 squad members from 1875 to 2011, a complete list of club honours and a rather fetching infographic detailing Hibs' European exploits.
There's also a list of managers and their records. I note with interest that John Collins has the highest win percentage since Alex McLeish whose own record was the highest since Eddie Turnbull.
None come close to "The Board" though. They enjoyed a 100% record in the three games between the departure of Bob Shankly and the arrival of Willie McFarlane in 1969.
Maybe that will inspire Rod Petrie. Think of the money it would save him.
The Hibernian History Handbook is available at a number of outlets across Edinburgh including the emporium of delights that is The Football Programme Shop on Albion Road.
Or you can buy it online