There's a very handy little online utility called Kindlepedia which you can access here: http://www.edukindle.com/downloads/kindlepedia
Simply paste the URL (web location) of an article you want from Wikipedia and click a button to create a nicely formatted mobi (Kindle) file to transfer into the documents folder of your Kindle.
What I've been using this tool for is to create Kindle formatted documentation on each of the authors I have in my Calibre (ebook management) library.
Simply visit http://www.wikipedia.org look up the author you're interested in using the search bar, copy the URL eg (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jane_austen) and paste it into the Kindlepedia tool. You'll then end up with a lovely little document packed with information on your favourite authors and also a list of books they have penned.
I'm sure you'll think up other uses for the tool - if you do please share! I'd love to know.
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