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English citations of wiki magic
2006, The Atlantic monthly, volume 297-298, Atlantic Monthly Co., page 91:
- Kovitz brought up the wiki and sketched out "wiki magic," the mysterious process by which communities with common interests work to improve wiki pages by incremental contributions.
2006, The Atlantic monthly, volume 297-298, Atlantic Monthly Co., page 94:
- They also searched the Web for material they could use to expand my one-line biography. After they were done, the Marshall Poe entry was two paragraphs long and included a good bibliography. Now that's wiki magic.
2006 August 29, Ivan Hanley <email@example.com>, “Re: Wiki Eurogame entry”, rec.games.board, Usenet, message-ID <jYydnbg-sYQ51mnZRVnyjw@pipex.net>:
- It doesn't really bother me either way but I suppose the 'wiki magic' should smooth over anything that needs it :).
2007, Searcher: the magazine for database professionals, volume 15, Learned Information:
- User-generated content, the so- called "wisdom of the crowd," phenomenon continues to work its wiki magic and continues to raise wiki-ed controversy.
2010, Kevin T. McDonald, Above the Clouds: Managing Risk in the World of Cloud Computing, IT Governance Ltd, ISBN 9781849280327, page 137:
- The Cloud may represent a virtual storefront of data feeds and data products, combined via mashup, open source tinkering and wiki magic to form patterns of data where before there were only raw feeds.