I registered with Wikipedia first, as I have an inkling that I will contribute further edits to Wikipedia when I have the time to scratch myself.
I used to be lovingly referred to (by the trio) as a Dougs Dork, part of a group of, mainly female, fans who adored these guys and would do absolutely anything for them. Ahhh… my teenage years! *cringe* I proved them correct by hiring a car with three fellow Dougs Dorks and driving 38 hours across the Nullarbor to see their final shows in Perth when they finally decided to call it quits. I was 19 years old at the time, having followed them since I was 14.
Sadly (and I say that because these guys are still on my radar at my age), I noticed that Richard Fidler’s subsequent work since being a part of the Doug Anthony All Stars was not up-to-date or completely accurate. So, I inserted the following lines of information in the Subsequent Work section of the page:
Fidler also wrote a a regular monthly column for internet.au magazine on the digital media world, and contributed an essay to the Australian Constitutional Convention website .
He currently hosts Conversations with Richard Fidler  on ABC’s Radio National. In 2011, Fidler co-wrote a satirical book on Australian politics titled, Jack the Insider: The Insider’s Guide to Power in Australia, released by Random House Books, New Zealand .
Do I feel like a vandal? NO! I was updating the information for the greater good!
Again, sadly, I may be making a trek to Canberra in March to see two of them reunite on stage for the “greater good”.
I will be watching this page. I could see other inaccuracies which I feel compelled to edit when I have the time to find sources to legitimise my changes. Plus, I’m intensely curious to find out if I managed to stuff up my interpretation of the instructions for editing that I nervously read beforehand.
A highly entertaining exercise!