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A new book is out on the wiki ("quick") phenomenon. Chris Anderson has some stimulating comments on this phenomenon in his The Long Tail. The Wikinomics book appears to be less profound, but may still be of interest. (It appears to be a quick-read, management guru-jargon type book.)
The wiki issue that interests me is how wiki collaboration processes might substitute for rigorous editing and peer-review, as a way to get a lot of high-quality information out there fast. (This is what Anderson claims, and the more I use the Wikipedia, the more plausible I find the claim.)
The reference to the book is:
Tapscott, Don, and Anthony D. Williams. Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything. Portfolio, 2006.